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Ceredigion Coast Path Walking Holidays

St. Crannog’s statue Langrannog Ceredigion Coast Path

New Route for 2018 Season - Details coming shortly

We are currently preparing information on this section to go live on the website for this coming season. We expect this to be available from Summer 2017 and we will then be taking bookings for April 2018 onwards. Please email us directly if you would like a quote now OR if you want to be advised once the detailed walking information is live on this website. If you can't wait and want to look at an alternative route on the Wales Coast Path on which we already operate then there is over 180 miles of The Pembrokeshire Coast Path available to book now. 

Meanwhile please watch a video for a taste of the Coastline through Ceredigion

Ceredigion Coast Path - Route Summary

Distance 71 miles (114 km) linking the Pembrokeshire Coast Path at Cardigan to the Meirionydd Coast Path at Machynlleth in mid-Wales. 

Grade Mostly strenuous grade with occasional but short moderate/easy sections - What this means

Is this for you? A challenging section of the Wales Coast Path with multiple climbs and descents along dramatic cliffs linking pretty fishing harbours. Suitable for fit and experienced walkers who can deal with remote sections and some more basic overnight stays.

Highlights Spotting dolphins and porpoise as you walk the isolated conical peak and sailors chapel at Mwnt. Plunging cliffs and rock formations around Llangrannog. Pretty fishing harbours including Dylan Thomas' New Quay. Huge sands at Borth and a sniff of the mountains from Foel Fawr as you head inland.

Terrain Stays close to the coast on extensive and sometimes exposed cliff and cove trails before diverting inland on footpaths over saltmarsh and wooded hillsides to Machynlleth.

Please email us now for advance details of this route OR to get a quotation for walking it.


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