Find out the latest updates about the Pembrokeshire Coast Path National Trail.
September 2022 – Amroth
The Coast Path between New Inn, Amroth and Telpyn Beach, is closed following a cliff fall. The alternative route is via the Telpyn Beach access path and the coast road. The Coast Path will remain closed here until further notice. See map below for details or download a copy of the diversion map.
Coast Path News
New Newport walking route officially opened
A new North Pembrokeshire footpath that gives walkers a chance to see a variety of landscapes including oak woodland and meadows, as well notable loca...
New National Park water refill stations launched in a bid to cut single-use plastic
New water refill stations have been installed at strategic locations around the coast.
Park Authority Chair takes the Coast Path Challenge
This autumn will see Councillor Paul Harries, Chair of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority, take on a gruelling tour of the entire Pembrok...
Access improvements at St Non’s Chapel and Holy Well
Work has been completed at St Non’s Chapel and Holy Well near St Davids to improve access to this important historical and spiritual site.
Inclusive walking scheme pilot aims to tackle isolation by boosting mobility
Over the past year, National Parks have been hailed as beacons of wellbeing, offering a chance to reconnect with nature and each other. A new pilot sc...
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About the Pembrokeshire Coast Path
Opened in 1970, the Pembrokeshire Coast Path was the first National Trail in Wales. 75% lies within designated conservation sites and 85% within the b...
Coast Path Safety Code
Take care on the Coast Path - it's rugged, natural terrain. Please follow the Coast Path Safety Code.
Take the Coast Path Challenge
Walk the entire Pembrokeshire Coast Path National Trail at your own pace and in your own time, and you can claim a free certificate.