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Hiking vacations in Wales

Hiking tours in Wales

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Hidden Trails offer the best possible introduction to the people, heritage and natural landscape of Pembrokeshire, Wales. Our self guided walking tours of Wales follow some of the country’s most beautiful coastal walkways – where towering cliffs overlook wild, isolated beaches.

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A vast area of Wales is covered by the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, the only coastal National Park in Great Britain, and you will find spectacular coastal scenery, peaceful inland waterways, moorland and wooded valleys bursting with wildlife and colorful flora and fauna. You cannot take a tour in Pembrokeshire without stumbling upon our history, whether it is medieval castles, abbeys, a cathedral, or ancient hill forts and Neolithic monuments.

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The entire route represents an impressive physical challenge to the walker, including 35,000 feet of ascent and descent. Greenways Holidays recommends a minimum of three weeks if you're planning to tackle the entire path. There are, however, short and easy stretches to be enjoyed in a more leisurely way.

We have three self guided Welsh hiking holidays to choose from:  Cliffs & Castles, Cathedrals and Clifftops, and Havens & Harbours.  On these self guided walks you will discover rugged coastal paths, beautiful coastal settlements, fascinating history and some excellent ancient sites  - including Iron Age fortresses.

Pembrokeshire Coast Path 
Amroth marks the southern end of the 186-mile Pembrokeshire Coast Path, which winds its way around the coast to Poppit Sands in the North. The route provides superb views of cliffs and beaches, sky, sea, and a wealth of marine and bird life. Elsewhere it follows gentler shorelines, including the outer reaches of the Milford Haven estuary, one of the finest natural harbours in the world.

The entire route represents an impressive physical challenge to the walker, including 35,000 feet of ascent and descent. Greenways Holidays recommends a minimum of three weeks if you're planning to tackle the entire path. There are, however, short and easy stretches to be enjoyed in a more leisurely way.

 

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