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Wales Coast Path – Edge of a Nation

I have on many occasions referred to the South West Coastal Path – the longest coastal path in England and the now planned England Coast Path and I have suddenly realised that I have only ever once briefly mentioned the… Continue Reading →

Wales 2018 – Year of the Sea

In 2018 Wales is celebrating its outstanding coastline. This is the “Year of the Sea”. The 870-mile Wales Coast Path runs the whole length of the coastline: the first continuous coastal path of any country in the world. It passes… Continue Reading →

Pembrokeshire – Peninsula of Peninsulas

Noticing that my portfolio for Wales was in need of some new additions I decided to revisit the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park having not been there since 2007. Although I would love to walk the coastal path route of 186… Continue Reading →

Britain’s Beautiful Heritage Coasts

In Part One and Two of the new series of posts on the British landscape, we have made brief visits to two-thirds of the National Parks so as promised I thought we would have a change and take a look… Continue Reading →

The Wales Coast Path – Summit to Coast

Officially opening on 5th May 2012 the Wales Coast Path will make Wales the first country in the world to have a formal trail the whole way around its coast. Furthermore, the Wales Coast Path (which is 870 miles long)… Continue Reading →

Looking Back – 2011

Looking Back on 2011 it started off well as I had planned three trips early in the year. The first was to Dartmoor where the National Park was celebrating their 60th Anniversary. I took the opportunity of being in the… Continue Reading →

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