Pembrokeshire Coastal Path

Stretching from Milngavie on the edge of Glasgow up to Fort William in the Highlands, the West Highland Way is pretty challenging. Break it down into The Pembrokeshire Coast Path, often called the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, is a designated National Trail in Pembrokeshire, southwest Wales. Established in 1970, it is a 186-mile long-distance walking route, mostly at cliff-top level, with a total of 35,000 feet of ascent and descent.

Pembrokeshire Coastal Path Map

Pembrokeshire Coastal Path Map
Pembrokeshire Coastal Path Map

Pembrokeshire Coastal Path Interactive Map

15 Day Walking – Pembrokeshire Coastal Path

StageStarting PointFinish PointDistance (miles)Ascend (feet)
Day 1St DogmaelsNewport15.5
Day 2NewportFishguard12
Day 3FishguardPwll Deri 9
Day 4Pwll Deri Porthgain12
Day 5PorthgainWhitesands10
Day 6WhitesandsSolva13
Day 7SolvaBroad Haven12
Day 8Broad HavenMartin’s Haven11
Day 9Martin’s HavenDale10
Day 10DaleNeyland16
Day 11NeylandAngle16
Day 12AngleFreshwater West10
Day 13Freshwater WestBroad Haven10
Day 14Broad HavenShrinkle Haven11
Day 15Shrinkle HavenAmroth14

OS Maps Required for Pembrokeshire Coastal Path

Pembrokeshire Coastal Path Related Books

Other National Trails

Other Long Distance Walks