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One of Britain's most beautiful paths. 181 miles in 15 stages, includes circular walks, and accommodation guide.
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS INTRODUCTION The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path An Outline of the Geology of the Region A Brief History of the Area Flora and Fauna Walking the Path When to Walk Safety Precautions Planning the Walk THE ROUTE 1 Amroth to Tenby 7.1 miles (11.4km) 2 Tenby to Stackpole Quay 15.1 miles (24.3km) 3 Stackpole Quay to Freshwater West 14.7 miles (23.7km) 4 Freshwater West to Pembroke 18.6 miles (29.9km) 5 Pembroke to Milford Haven 11.4 miles (18.3km) 6 Milford Haven to Dale 10.7 miles (17.2km) 7 Dale to St Brides Haven 15.4 miles (24.8km) 8 St Brides Haven to Newgale Sands 12.8 miles (20.6km) 9 Newgale Sands to St Non's 9.6 miles (15.4km) 10 St Non's to Whitesands Bay 7.8 miles (12.6km) 11 Whitesands Bay to Aber Draw 11.3 miles (18.2km) 12 Aber Draw to Pwll Deri 9.7 miles (15.6km) 13 Pwll Deri to Goodwick 10.4 miles (16.7km) 14 Goodwick to Newport 11.5 miles (18.5km) 15 Newport to St Dogmaels 16.1 miles (25.9km) APPENDICES A Accommodation List B Distance Chart C Access Points D Useful Addresses and Telephone Numbers
Both natives of Lancashire and living not far from Preston, Dennis and Jan Kelsall are no strangers to the Ribble Way and the splendid countryside through which it runs. As professional outdoor writers and photographers, they have written and illustrated many guides covering some of the country's most popular walking areas. They also contribute to various magazines, as well as producing a weekly walking feature for the Lancashire Evening Post. Their enjoyment of the countryside extends far beyond a love of fresh air and open spaces and an appreciation of scenery. They also have a keen interest in the environment and its geology, flora and wildlife, as well as a passion for the local history that so often provides clues to interpreting the landscape.