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Most people you speak to know the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. Precious few seem to know about the Ceredigion Coastal Path, and I can't understand why. I've spent a good chunk of my life exploring both and Ceredigion is the equal of Pembrokeshire in my opinion,...More
It took us 2 hours exactly to walk from Aberaeron to New Quay. The hike is not too strenuous, but be aware of all the poo along the path. We managed to walk along the beach in New Quay, but the tide was on its...More
Walked the Ceredigion Coast Path over five days, very well organised by Wales Walking Holidays. Beautiful scenery, wildlife and excellent accommodation. Medium-type walk, occasional short stretches could be considered strenuous. Binoculars are useful for studying birds (red kites are common) and seals and dolphins. Water...More
Used to do this walk many years ago and loved it. Now the paths are too narrow and very slippery when wet.
We are very experienced walkers and do walking marathons and know that this is unsafe for all types of walkers.
If you decide...More
We parked up in Aberaeron and walked along the coastal path to New Quay (approx 7 miles). The path is well marked but is steep in places with livestock on the cliff tops. The views are stunning. There were lots of wild flowers and butterflies...More
A really nice walk with great views but you do need to be pretty fit as their are some steep ascents and descents. I wouldn't recommend doing this walk if it's been raining as parts of it get muddy and slippy quickly making it more...More
Walked from Borth to Aberystwyth Which we were informed was about 5-6 miles. What they didn't tell us was that it is like a rollercoaster!!!! The views are stunning and on the uphill climbs you have plenty of time to stop and admire the view...More