1.The distance of Pembrokeshire Coast Path is 186 Miles!
2. It was opened on 16th May 1970 by Wynford Vaughan Thomas, then President of the Council for the Protection of Rural Wales.
Image: Solva Habour
3. The path runs from St Dogmaels in the north to Amroth in the south.
Image: St Dogmaels Abbey
4.The Highest point is PEN YR AFR at 175m which is in the north of Pembrokeshire and lies in the community of St Dogmaels. The lowest point is Sandy Haven crossing which is 2m above low water. The total rise and fall of the path is 35,000 feet!