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- A walkers’ paradise: Delights along the Pembrokeshire Coast Path
Category Archives: West Wales walks
The challenge started as early as 4am on Saturday 14 June, where I embarked on the adventure of travelling to and climbing Snowdon (Yr Wyddfa) on behalf of ‘Cariad – Our Schools Need Defibrillators’. The coach journey was hot … Continue reading
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Cilgerran is an historic village on the River Teifi in Pembrokeshire. In 2008 the village became the first place in West Wales to gain ‘Walkers are Welcome’ status. Walkers are Welcome is a UK network of towns and villages, all … Continue reading
On a warm and sunny mid-April day, we took a picnic and went for a short walk round Cemaes Head in North Pembrokeshire. We were rewarded with superb views of Poppit Sands, the Teifi Estuary and Cardigan Island but best … Continue reading
I went for a walk with the dog on a late April afternoon along the quiet lanes and bridleways of Ceredigion. We walked for 2 hours without meeting a single car but saw numerous wildflowers and birds, including the first … Continue reading
The weekend of May 2-5th is the perfect time to get your walking boots on and join the hundreds of visitors heading for Tregaron in the Cambrian Mountains. Tregaron is hosting the 4th annual Walking Weekend, organised by the local … Continue reading
A day out in the winter can be well spent admiring the effects of recent rains on the dramatic waterfalls in the southern part of the Brecon Beacons near Ystradgynlais. Choose from a number of walks of various lengths and … Continue reading
Dog walking on a deserted beach is one of the many pleasures of living in West Wales. Most beaches in West Wales are dog friendly for most of the year. Out of season it is a special treat to seek … Continue reading
The Pembrokeshire Coast Path, 186 miles of breathtaking coastal scenery. What could be better than starting out to walk the path all the way to St Dogmaels from the half mile long, flat sandy beach at Amroth. The southern start … Continue reading