Tag Archives: Pembrokeshire coast path

Pwllgwaelod to Aberbach

Here are some of the wild flowers we saw on a walk to the beach at Aberbach this summer. I love Aberbach. The road that dips and climbs along the coast at this point is only single track and there … Continue reading

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Wild Wood

The meltwater channel┬áthat joins Cwm yr Egwlys to Pwllgwaelod is now a wild wood of willow and alder. In spite of the wide, wheelchair accessible path that follows the valley and offers coastal path walkers an easy shortcut across the … Continue reading

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The Pembrokeshire Coast Path in Spring

Tegfan is within a few hundred yards of the coast path, which provides wonderful walking at any time of the year. The scenery, the flowers, the sky and the sea change from month to month to enchant and delight. It … Continue reading

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Wild rabbits on Dinas Island

Did Dinas Island rabbits give birth to ‘Watership Down’? It seems likely that Ron M Lockley’s fascination with rabbits begin when he was farming on Dinas Island during the years of the second world war. His subsequent study on Skokholm … Continue reading

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A winter walk round Dinas Head

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Windblown Hawthorn trees

According to the Met Office, Wales is one of the windier parts of the UK and the windiest areas are over high ground and along the coast. Look at the Hawthorn trees along the cliff-tops as you walk the Pembrokeshire … Continue reading

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