The days begin to get longer and lighter and the temperature starts to rise. It is a good time to explore the Wales Coast Path and take a look at the wildlife along the way.
Alternatively, take a walk in one of our National Parks. Did you know there's plenty to see - even at night - as the Brecon Beacons National Park has been granted special protection and is the fifth destination in the world to be granted the status of an international dark sky reserve.
During spring the leaves grow on the trees and as we near the end of spring the blossom is a delight to see. Spring begins with the snowdrops, followed by daffodils, one of our National Symbols. Bluebells can be seen too as spring draws to a close.
If you prefer organised walks, the Ramblers arrange walks from short flat walks at a leisurely pace and around 3 miles to much more strenuous 17 or 20 mile walks.
For distance runners there are a number of marathons and half marathons around Wales at this time. What a great way to see Welsh landscapes!
Welsh half marathons include Anglesey Half Marathon, Llanelli Half Marathon on 2 March 2014 . There's a 20k run in the Wye Valley called Offa's 'Orror on 13 April 2014 and the Snowdonia Half Marathon on 6 April.