Darparwyd gan Pembrokeshire Ramblers
The Pembrokeshire coast line is part of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, and is also a designated area for wild life and wild flowers - a walker's paradise! As well as the celebrated 179-mile long coastal path from Poppit Sands to Amroth, we walk the Preseli Hills and valleys, the Daucleddau Estuary and its many tributaries, passing through unique Pembrokeshire villages and countryside.
We walk every weekend, on either a Saturday or Sunday, plus some week days. The Ramblers Association promotes car sharing and so please contact the leader to share transport. Alternatively go to the start of the walk (the grid reference is given in the programme). Quite a few of our walks are on part of the coastline and where possible we try to complete circular walks .
We usually average about two miles an hour and new walkers are welcomed. We grade the walks as long, medium or short. The walk leader will be happy to discuss the terrain so that you can find a walk which suits your ability.
Pembrokeshire Ramblers are part of the national Ramblers organisation. They meet to enjoy walks around Pembrokeshire and further afield. Full details of the walk programmes, are available by following the link to the website. Each walk has a lead name who can be contacted for more information. Ramblers is open to all to come along and taste to find out if it is for them. There is an annual membership if you decide you would like to become a member.
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