If you’re walking in Pembrokeshire it’s perhaps difficult to see beyond the magnificent coast path sometimes. But there’s more to Wales’ smallest national park than that narrow ribbon of cliff top national trail, and plenty of variation too. This walk explores the wooded Cwms inland of Fishguard, climbing out of the beautiful Cwm Gwaun – a steep-sided vale as lovely as any in Wales – to track along the rock-adorned hilltops that tower above. The views are magnificent and the walking’s both varied and interesting. A change is as good as a rest.
Plan your route from page 12 of our magazine.