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#42697 - 23/06/07 03:52 PM PEMBROKESHIRE COAST PATH
sturmason Offline
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Registered: 22/04/05
Posts: 19
Loc: solihull, west midlands
I did the Pembroke Coast Path in early July 2002. Started from St Dogmaels and finished two weeks later at Amroth. Hardest stretch was the first between Poppit Sands and Newport(Trefdraeth),also the loveliest though. The longest we walked was over 20 miles between Fishguard and Trefin YH. Couldn't use Pwll Deri YH as it was closed on the day. Stayed at YHs, B&B, and a Backpackers Hostel in Fishguard. We had booked all our digs beforehand but there were vacancies at most places. There were parts of the walk though where B&B was sparse (mainly between Poppit Sands and St Davids). No courier servie and had to carry everything with us. Found as you did on the SWCP the continual climbs and descents were very tiring, but the views and wildlife superb.

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#42698 - 23/06/07 04:44 PM Re: PEMBROKESHIRE COAST PATH
Lounge Lizard Offline
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Registered: 07/05/06
Posts: 2013
Loc: Stafford
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Originally posted by sturmason:
I did the Pembroke Coast Path in early July 2002. Found as you did on the SWCP the continual climbs and descents were very tiring, but the views and wildlife superb.


I've heard the tiring climbs and descents on this one described as up and down more often than a pair of prostitute's knickers, although I couldn't confirm whether or not this is the case.

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#42699 - 28/08/07 06:53 PM Re: PEMBROKESHIRE COAST PATH
Vexmore Offline
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Registered: 28/06/06
Posts: 68
Loc: Houston, Texas
What's a good time of year to do the Pembrokshire Coast walk ? Are there plenty of places to camp ? Looks like a very nice walk... Comments ? Suggestions ? Cheers

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