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The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, Wales: A Practical Guide for Walkers
There is immense variety in both the scenery and natural life of the Pembrokeshire coast and its exploration can be equally satisfying for serious walkers and those more inclined to potter. At any time of the year there is much to see as the continuing cycle of nature successively reveals its different moods and aspects. This guide is designed to assist in the planning of a long-distance walk as well as to provide a companion to point out some of the interesting features along the way. The contorted nature of the coast creates many sections that can conveniently be walked on a day basis, and a separate chapter suggests some possibilities.
An accommodation guide, distance charts and access and transport points provide additional information, together with an informative introduction, which includes the region's geology, history, flora and fauna, topography and weather conditions. The long-distance walk is divided into 15 clear sections of between 7 and 19 miles.
"The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path" provides an almost unique association of natural beauty, habitat, variety and mood, which is readily accessible to lovers of the countryside throughout the year. The county's complex geology and the effects of erosion have combined to create a coastal strip of outstanding scenic attraction. The coastline's favourable association with the relatively warm waters of the Gulf Stream has created a multiplicity of rich and varied habitats promoting an immense range of plant and animal life. Short lengths of the way pass through towns and villages, but the majority is along open coast, where you may hardly meet another person all day
Pagination:256 pages, PVC encapsulated
Dimensions:172 x 116 mm, 340 grams
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