Pembrokeshire Coast Path National Trail

Help us care and protect the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, which weaves through 186 miles of the most breath-taking coastline in Britain, 75% lies within designated conservation sites and 85% within the boundaries of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.

Help us care and protect the Pembrokeshire Coast Path.  Opened in 1970, the Pembrokeshire Coast Path was the first National Trail in Wales, with both the Wales Coast Path and the International Appalachian Trail now following the route of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path through Pembrokeshire.

Over it’s 186 miles it winds its way across a variety of landscapes, from high cliff tops and secret coves to sweeping estuaries and wide sandy beaches. The cliffs, headlands, coastal slopes, heaths and dune grasslands that the coast path passes through support some of the finest habitats in the UK.

Each section has a story to tell, from the iron age forts which line the coastal fringe, to the rocky cliffs of the mainland and the offshore islands that support large colonies of nesting sea birds. The highest point is at Pen yr Afr near Ceibwr Bay, where the sea-sprayed cliffs reach 1,500 feet, down to the 58 beaches and 14 harbours.

Working with the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority, we want to help protect this incredible Coast Path and National Trail and support improving access for everyone.

From reducing the number of stiles and replacing them with swing gates, to supporting with critical repairs and improvements caused by coastal erosion and footfall.

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We want to help safeguard the Pembrokeshire Coast Path now and for future generations.

If you would like to support, you can donate today.
This is our National Park…let’s protect it together!


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