Guided Walks - Area information

If you are looking for a days hike in Pembrokeshire without the worry of finding your way or missing out on some of Pembrokeshire's beauty spots, why not join us for a hike led by one of our qualified walk leaders?

For your convenience all our routes are circular and start and finish at a car park.

If you require any more information please see or Hike only & Guided Walks page or contact us

Various Walks in the Preselis available

Distance 

Ranging from 5 - 10 Miles

(8km-16km)

 

Duration

Duration 3-7 hrs 
 

Level

Moderate to Hard

Highlights

Foel Drygarn
Foel Dyrch
Mynachlog-ddu
The highest point in the Preselis- Foel Cwmcerwyn 

Rosebush

Notes 

Due to the level of difficultly, distance and duration you need to ensure you are fit to participate.

 

You will need to bring a packed lunch.

 

 

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Information

The Preseli Hills are found in the northern part of Pembrokeshire, they are a great area for walking away from the coastline and have some of the best views of Pembrokeshire, with Ireland and Snowdonia seen on a clear day.

Across the hills are prehistoric remains and burial cairns dating back to the bronze age.

We offer two walks in the Preseli Hills.

Information

St Davids is named after the patron St of Wales, St David, and is the smallest city in Britain. 

St Davids Peninsula has some of the best coastal scenery in Pembrokeshire, and forms part of the Pembrokeshire coastal path, a 186 mile National Trail from St Dogmeals in the north to Amroth in the south. 

The walk takes in part of the  impressive coastal path and finishes walking by the cathedral and into the city past independent shops, pubs and cafes.

St Davids

Distance 

6-10 Miles (10-16km)

 

Start & Duration

Starts at St Davids  10 am

Duration 4-5 hrs 
 

Level

Easy to Moderate

Highlights

St Davids City
St Nons
Coastal Path

Notes 

You may need to bring a packed lunch.
 

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Information

Solva is a harbour village on St Brides bay and is situated just south of the city of St Davids. The village itself has pubs, cafes, shops and galleries.

 

This peaceful walk takes in part of  the coastal path, secluded beaches as well as a prehistoric burial site. 

The start and finish of this walk takes place at the harbour car park next to the Harbour Inn, which has been providing hospitality to sailors and travelers for over 200 years.

Solva Harbour

Distance 

5 -10 Miles (8-16km)

 

Start & Duration

Starts at Solva Harbour 10 am

Duration 3-5 hrs 
 

Level

Easy to Moderate

Highlights

Solva Harbour
Prehistoric Burial site
Coastal Path & Beach

Notes 

You may need to bring a packed lunch.

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