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Walk the Pembrokeshire Coast Path with a Cicerone guidebook

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13 Apr 2016
17.2 x 11.6 x 1.5cm
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The Pembrokeshire Coast Path

by Dennis Kelsall, Jan Kelsall
Book published by Cicerone Press

This guidebook describes the Pembrokeshire Coast Path National Trail. The scenic 180 mile (291km) long-distance walk from Amroth to St Dogmaels takes around 2 weeks to walk, with soaring rugged cliffs, tranquil inlets and broad sandy beaches. With planning schedules, route description and accommodation guidance. Includes a 1:25,000 OS map booklet.

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This guidebook describes the Pembrokeshire Coast Path National Trail, a scenic 180-mile long-distance walk from Amroth, near Tenby, to St Dogmaels, north of Newport. The route, which takes roughly two weeks to complete, is divided into 14 stages of between 9 and 16 miles. Neither technically demanding nor difficult to navigate, the trail is suitable both for experienced distance walkers and those looking to cut their teeth on a long-distance route.

Detailed route instructions are accompanied by 1:100,000 OS mapping. A route summary table and comprehensive trek planner are also included, with invaluable information on transport, accommodation and facilities en route. The guidebook is packed with interesting snippets of information about the places, landscapes and wildlife encountered along the way. It also includes a 1:25,000 OS map booklet which shows the full route, providing all the mapping needed to complete the trail. 

Showcasing the region's spectacular coastal scenery, this National Trail takes in soaring rugged cliffs, serene inlets, broad sandy beaches and quaint coastal villages as it follows the twists and turns of this magical coastal path.

  • Activities
    Long-distance walking
  • Seasons
    The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path can be walked throughout the year. Accommodation may be more scarce in the winter months, but avoid high summer as it will be even more difficult to find.
  • Centres
    Tenby, Stackpole Quay, Freshwater, Pembroke, Milford Haven, Dale, St Brides, Newgale Sands, St David's, Whitesands Bay, Aber Castle, Strumble Head, Goodwick, Fishguard, Newport.
  • Difficulty
    Straightforward walking, although the route does amount to an overall ascent of 30,000 feet.
  • Must See
    Outstanding coastal views, birdwatching and sea wildlife, unspoilt landscape (with the exception of Milford Haven and Fishguard), generally mild climate.
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Planning your trip
Which way to walk
How long will it take?
Not enough time to do it all?
Detours to avoid high tide
Military ranges
When to walk
Getting there and back
Transport along the route
Facilities en route
Things to do before and after the walk
Walking holidays and baggage transfer
Passports, visas and currency
What to take
Planning day by day
Using this guide
Mapping and GPS
Weather forecasts
Finding your way
Health, safety and emergencies
Taking your dog
All about Pembrokeshire
The Pembrokeshire Coast Path
A geological overview
Man in the landscape
Plants and wildlife
The Pembrokeshire Coast Path
Stage 1 Amroth to Skrinkle Haven
Stage 2 Skrinkle Haven to Broad Haven
Stage 3 Broad Haven to West Angle
Stage 4 West Angle to Pembroke
Stage 5 Pembroke to Sandy Haven
Stage 6 Sandy Haven to Westdale Bay
Stage 7 Westdale Bay to Little Haven
Stage 8 Little Haven to Solva
Stage 9 Solva to Whitesands Bay
Stage 10 Whitesands Bay to Aber Draw
Stage 11 Aber Draw to Pwll Deri
Stage 12 Pwll Deri to Goodwick Sands
Stage 13 Goodwick Sands to Newport Parrog
Stage 14 Newport Parrog to St Dogmaels
Appendix A Useful contacts
Appendix B Accommodation along the route
Appendix C Grid refs for PCP access points
Appendix D Glossary of Welsh place names
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