DISTANCE/DURATION: 1.8 miles (3.0 km) 1 hour each way.
PUBLIC TRANSPORT: Service bus Broad Haven 311 (Mon-Sat), *Puffin Shuttle 400 (*seasonal, hail & ride).
CHARACTER: Stile-free walk, cliff edge, first 600m fairly level (includes 400m wheelchair path), then gently undulating for 500m, the path becomes steeper from Black Point to Broad Haven.
Limited parking at Haroldston Chins car park, constructed by the National Park Authority. The first 400m of this walk is surfaced for wheelchairs.
The path continues south for 2.6 km before descending into Broad Haven.
The next 600m is quite level, the path then follows a series of moderate rises and falls until it reaches Black Point where the slopes are steeper. Black Point is a promontory fort which is slowly falling into the sea
This walk provides great views of St Brides Bay where gannets can often be seen diving for fish. On a clear day Grassholm Island can be seen.
The walk is on high cliffs, although the path is mostly well away from the edge.
Find this Walk
Grid ref: SM860149
- Take great care when on the Coast Path
- Stay on the path and away from cliff edges
- Wear boots and warm, waterproof clothing
- Take extra care in windy and/or wet conditions
- Always supervise children and dogs
- Leave gates and property as you find them
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