Welsh Expedition Networks

Groups Visiting Wales

If you are planning on visiting Wales to complete your DofE expedition, you might find the following information useful.

Supervisors and Leaders must submit notifications by email (hard copies are no longer accepted) at least four weeks prior to the expedition date to [email protected]

The Wales Panel acknowledges receipt of all Green Forms.  If you do not receive an acknowledgement of receipt within a couple of working days please contact the office on 01874 623086.

You will also need to send a map of the route, either as a scanned pdf or as an online mapping attachment, we only require route cards for expeditions being assessed by the network.


Network Assessors

Here is a guide to the process of requesting a Network Assessor in Wales, including FAQs: Wales Network Assessor Information.


Camp site lists


Here is our campsite list for areas outside of Wild Country (suitable for Bronze/Silver groups): Camp sites outside Wild Country Areas

If you wish to be added to either of the lists above please email us on [email protected].


Here is some useful information for groups visiting the following areas:


Brecon Beacons

Local contact: Eifion Jones, Rights of Way Officer, Brecon Beacons National Park Authority, Plas y Ffynnon, Cambrian Way, Brecon, Powys LD3 7HP. Tel: 01874 624437.

Email: [email protected]



Mid Wales

Local contact: Dafydd Wyn Morgan, Cambrian Futures Project, Cambrian Mountains

Email: [email protected]




Local contact: Peter Rutherford, Access Officer at Snowdonia National Park

Email: [email protected]


You may also find the following contact useful when planning your visit:

Elfyn Jones, Access & Conservation Officer – Wales at British Mountaineering Council

Email: [email protected]



Please find our latest statistics here

Wales Expedition Network Leaders Report 2018


Respect. Protect. Enjoy.

While your group is enjoying the fabulous countryside of Wales please can you ensure that the Countryside Code is followed at all times, respecting the landscape and people who live and work here.

DofeE 5 ways to respect the countryside code

Dofe countryside Care posters


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