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Wales Coast Path: Pembroke Dock to near South Hook Point

August 25, 2013
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Distance walked: 11.8 miles Date walked: 20th July 2013 Map required: OL36- South Pembrokeshire Suggested walking guide book: Pembrokeshire Coast Path by Jim Manthorpe The Pembrokeshire Coast Path Officer is Dave MacLachlan. His email is DaveMac@pembrokeshirecoast.org.uk The Pembrokeshire Coast is also a National Park which is responsible for planning decisions. All the photographs were taken […]

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Wales Coast Path: Manorbier to Bosherston

June 2, 2013
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Date Walked:  27th April 2013 Approximate Distance: 11 miles (a very gentle pace!) OS Map required: OL36- South Pembrokeshire Suggested walking guide-book: Pembrokeshire Coast Path by Jim Manthorpe This section of the path is within Pembrokeshire. Their Coast path Officer is Dave MacLachlan. His email is DaveMac@pembrokeshirecoast.org.uk The National Trust are having a competition to invite […]

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Wales Coast Path: Pennard Burrows to Rhossili

September 24, 2012
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Walked  13th August 2012 Approximate distance: 16 miles. Overall quite demanding. A little taxing at first with a short steep climb in the dunes. Mostly the path is then on firm surfaces with a steep section after Oxwich Bay and several climbs and descents around the bays . OS map: Explorer 164 I had finished the […]

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Wales Coast Path:Chepstow to Magor

July 18, 2012
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Walked  5th May 2012 (the official opening of the path) Approximate distance: Magor (around 14.5 miles) or Redwick (15 miles) Chepstow The Wales Coast Path runs from Chepstow to the river Dee. The Countryside Council for Wales appears to consider that it actually goes from north to south, as their website has map No.1 as […]

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Copyright Charles Hawes (2012)