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 WIDTH OF WALES WALK


This is the log of my Width of Wales Walk which I devised.  It goes from the eastern most point of Wales (Biblins near Symonds Yat) to the western most point (just south of St Justinian’s near St David’s Head).  It takes in part of the Wye Valley Walk, part of Offa’s Dyke, the whole of the Beacons Way, the Preseli Mountains and part of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path.  The distance totalled 226 miles. 

Leg

Date

Route

Miles

1

22/5/09

Monmouth to Biblins (part of WVW leg 2)

5

2

7/10/11

Monmouth to Llanvetherine

13

3

4/11/11

Llanvetherine to Llanthony

12

4a

18/1/12

Llanthony to Crickhowell

12

4b

11/2/12

Llanthony to Crickhowell

12

5

23/3/12

Crickhowell to Llangynidr

12

6

28/4/12

Llangynidr to Storey Arms

15

7

9/6/12

Storey Arms to Craig-y-nos

14

8

14/7/12

Penwyllt to Llanddeusant

Youth Hostel

11

9a

26/9/12

Llanddeusant Youth Hostel to Carreg Cennen Castle

13

9b

10/11/12

Llanddeusant Youth Hostel to (before) Carreg Cennen Castle

12

10

2/11/12

(before) Carreg Cennen Castle to Bethlehem

9

11

7/12/12

Bethlehem to Talley

10

12

18/9/13

Talley to Llanllwni

12

13

19/9/13

Llanllwni to Llandysul

10

14

5/12/13

Llandysul to Newcastle Emlyn

9

15

6/12/13

Newcastle Emlyn to Blaen-dyffryn-gwyn

10

16

20/2/14

Blaen-dyffryn-gwyn to Bwlch-Gwynt

13

17

21/2/14

Bwlch-Gwynt to Fishguard

10

18

16/5/14

Fishguard to Pwll Deri

11

19

17/5/14

Pwll Deri to Abereiddy

13

20

18/5/14

Abereiddy to St Justinian's

13

See my walklog pages for details of routes and photos or see my photobook below.