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Handy guidebook describing 41 circular walks in Pembrokeshire. Routes range from short strolls to full-day excursions, through the coastal scenery of Pembroke's national park to the Preseli Hills, Daugleddau's hidden tidal reaches, and by rivers and woodland. With walks ranging between 2 and 12 miles, there's something for everyone.
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The spectacular coastal scenery of Pembroke's national park is only one of the county's many facets explored in this collection of varied and interesting circular walks.
The routes take you through the Preseli Hills (from which ancient man took the 'bluestones' for Stonehenge), the Daugleddau's hidden tidal reaches (once busy with coal barges), deep wooded gorges (whose fast-flowing streams powered long-forgotten mills), prehistoric hill forts, medieval castles, isolated churches and many intriguing places that await discovery.
With routes ranging between 2 and 12 miles (20km), there is something for everyone, often incorporating places to visit or a welcoming pub or cafe en route. Nowhere is the walking overly demanding, but be aware that, particularly along some sections of the coast, paths can make successive steep climbs and descents.
Thanks to Nick Heath for the following information
Walk 35 Rhydwilym - p.174 last line: "go right" - this is no longer (March 2016) possible as the footpath down the riverbank is now closed: caution advised on P.175 was well advised: PCC PROWL Team emailed: "CA1/7 was usable until around 2010 when the path that runs along the very steep river bank eroded away and fell into the river. The land is made up of unstable shale/slate material and the repair is likely to be delayed. The not terribly pleasant alternative is to turn left up the track through Llwyn-yr-ebol farm to the B road, turn right and go for about a kilometre, turn right again down the Landsker Borderlands Trail and rejoin the route at the fork mentioned on page 175.
|The legacy of the past|
|The National Park|
|An unspoilt hinterland|
|A few practicalities|
|Part I Walks along the Coast|
|Walk 1 Amroth and Pleasant Valley|
|Walk 2 Manorbier|
|Walk 3 Bosherston and the Lily Ponds|
|Walk 4 Stackpole and the Lily Ponds|
|Walk 5 The Angle Peninsula|
|Walk 6 The Dale Peninsula|
|Walk 7 Marloes Sands and the Deer Park|
|Walk 8 St Brides and Musselwick|
|Walk 9 St David’s and St Non’s|
|Walk 10 Ramsey Sound|
|Walk 11 St David’s Head and Carn Llidi|
|Walk 12 Around Ynys Barry|
|Walk 13 Porthgain|
|Walk 14 Aber Mawr and Penmorfa|
|Walk 15 Aber Mawr and Aber Bach|
|Walk 16 Strumble Head|
|Walk 17 Dinas Island|
|Walk 18 Ceibwr Bay and Pwllygranant|
|Part II Walks in the Preseli Hills|
|Walk 19 Foel Eryr|
|Walk 20 Foel Cwmcerwyn|
|Walk 21 Carn Menyn and the ‘Bluestones’|
|Walk 22 Foeldrygarn|
|Part III Walks around the Daugleddau|
|Walk 23 Cresswell Quay and Lawrenny|
|Walk 24 Landshipping Quay|
|Walk 25 Little Milford Wood and the Western Cleddau|
|Walk 26 Minwear Wood|
|Walk 27 Blackpool Mill and Slebech Church|
|Part IV Rivers, woodland and a lake|
|Walk 28 Carew Castle and Mill|
|Walk 29 Kilgetty|
|Walk 30 Canaston Wood|
|Walk 31 Llawhaden|
|Walk 32 Great Treffgarne Mountain|
|Walk 33 Treffgarne Gorge|
|Walk 34 Llys-y-frân Reservoir|
|Walk 35 Rhydwilym|
|Walk 36 Cwm Gwaun|
|Walk 37 Coed Clŷn and Coed Kilkiffeth|
|Walk 38 Coed Pontfaen|
|Walk 39 Mynydd Caregog and Carn Ingli|
|Walk 40 Pentre Ifan Nature Reserve|
|Walk 41 Cilgerran and the Teifi Marshes Nature Reserve|
|Appendix Useful Information|