Rambles around the Cambrian coast
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Rambles around the Cambrian coast describing in detail about 280 miles of rambles and walking tours over the hills and through the valleys near the west coast ofWales. by Hugh Edward Page

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Published by British Railways in London .
Written in English

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Number of Pages126
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The Cambrian Way is km ( miles) in total with arom (73,ft) of ascent. It starts in the middle of Cardiff at the main entrance to the impressive castle. After leaving the city it passes through the Brecon Beacons National Park, traversing the iconic Pen y Fan mountain. The Cambrian Way deserves to be better known - and hopefully this book will help in that regard. The guide is packed with useful info from distance tables to profile charts, local information, accommodation suggestions - it would takes ages to research this elsewhere. One dozen Coast and Country Walks around St Austell Bay: Restormel Ramblers: Walks of 3 km/2 miles to 20 km/13½ miles. £ (includes p&p) Cheques payable to "Restormel Ramblers" to Mary Livesey, 46 Polmear Parc, Par PL24 2AU or call The southern Ceredigion coast is broken by some spirited little ports, all soaked in a relaxed, upbeat and firmly Welsh culture: the old county town of Cardigan fringed by the lovely Teifi Marshes and Cilgerran Castle; higgledy-piggledy New Quay; and pretty Georgian gion’s main town is ebullient Aberystwyth, a great base for the waterfalls and woods of the Vale of Rheidol out.

The Cambrian Way, initially an unofficial long distance footpath in Wales (or Cambria) running from Cardiff to Conwy, was officially recognised in Primarily a mountain walk, it runs over many of the highest and most scenically beautiful areas of Wales. It was pioneered in the s and s by walker Tony Drake, who later produced a guidebook of the walk. Cambrian Coast is an ideal base to explore the Mid Wales Coast, or to indulge in the many sea and beach based kite and surfing sports for which this area is famed. All Season Cambrian Coast is open from 1st March to 9th January, so you can take advantage of the leisure opportunities of your holiday home right through the season. Soon enough I discovered The Cambrian Way, which is an unofficial, unwaymarked trail through the mountainous heart of Wales – it will be challenging, remote and wild, which are all good things in my book. Gaining approximatm of elevation over . Rambles and Walking Tours in the Wye Valley PAGE, Hugh. E. Great Western Railway, London, , softback with stiff card wraps, pp, VG-, illustrated throughout from six b/w photographs, twenty maps (plates) and one fold out diagram of all the routes.