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West Wales Walks

Walks to suit all fitness levels and interests in the county of Pembrokeshire – the national coast path, inland woodlands and the Preseli mountains as well as the many rivers and waterways are all explored and photographed.

Little Milford woods

West Wales Walks: Little Milford.

Woodland with a history. Hidden between the main road from Haverfordwest and the Cleddau are some wonderful woodlands, donated to the National Trust in 1975 by Mr Harcourt Roberts. 56 acres  of mixed deciduous and conifer woods with tempting glimpses of the Western Cleddau make a little-known and easy-going place to stroll. Accessed by one […]

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gate to the woodland paths at Heathfield

West Wales Walks – Heathfield Woods, near Letterston.

Recommended by locals! If you are looking for a fairly short dog-friendly walk in the North Pembrokeshire area, then a visit to Heathfield Woods near Letterston is recommended – take the B4331 from Letterston towards Castlemorris and park at the junction near the railway bridge. A short walk along the side of the road will […]

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Looking over the bay at Dale

A Royal Day Out.

Nigel Summerley walks from Dale to Mill Bay with thoughts of the Tudors and the Windsors on his mind… I set off from Dale for a date with royalty – or at least with royal history – and sunshine decided to accompany me all the way. It was such a lovely day that it was […]

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near Solva

West Wales Walks – Newgale to Solva.

Crossing the Landsker Line – Newgale to Solva If you want to enjoy one of the top coastal walks in the UK then this one is a must – featured in many guides and recommendations for walkers exploring West Wales. Although only 4.6 miles (7.3km) this stretch of the Pembrokeshire National Coast Park coastal path […]

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Stackpole-Cliffs

The Stackpole Estate.

Blog from Rachel Mullett of Pembrokeshire Moments.   The Stackpole Estate is a great place for walking and exploring with or without children. It also offers  two of our finest beaches to walk or play on. The National Trust organises many activities from early morning otter spotting to bushcraft. If you are a National Trust […]

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view from treffgarne Gorge

Treffgarne and Wolfscastle.

Pembrokeshire’s rocky gorge. As you drive north from Haverfordwest to Fishguard  for the first time(or the other way, of course!) you may be surprised to reach the spectacular gorge at Treffgarne – sharp bends and  a narrow sided valley with the road , river and railway line. Evidence of early settlements have been found here […]

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Presipe beach

When West Wales is Wet Wales…

It’s still wonderful! I must love Pembrokeshire, because even when it’s cold, wintry and wet, I can’t resist going out and exploring it. And it never seems to disappoint. On my latest outing from St Florence, the lanes were occasionally more like streams, as my wellies, my umbrella and I headed for Manorbier under a […]

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Preseli Mountains, Pembrokeshire

The Preselis.

Pembrokeshire’s mountains.   If you can bear to tear yourself away from Pembrokeshire’s beaches for day I would recommend a drive inland to explore the unspoilt moorland and fascinating uplands of the Preseli hills. Further south the pastoral farmland is enchanting too, but these hills offer a Welsh hillscape to delight in. On a clear […]

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airfield at St Davids

West Wales Walks – St. Davids Airfield.

Now a Site of Special Scientific Interest. The disused airfield of St Davids provides a very unusual and fascinating place to walk, ride or run. With panoramic views around the peninsula, this can be a wonderful place to enjoy the ever-changing skies of Pembrokeshire. With accessible paths and plenty of variety, this part of the […]

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Abermawr sunset

West Wales Walks – Abermawr and Aberbach.

Pen Deudraeth If you like walks that include wild woodland and unspoilt beaches then make your way Abermawr and Aberbach in a remote corner of north Pembrokeshire to discover an enchanting and little-known gem. With very limited parking and no facilities, the beaches of Abermawr and Aberbach are never crowded and remain utterly unspoilt. You’re […]

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