Nant y Coy - Little Treffgarne - Treffgarne Gorge - Nant y Coy

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The climbing is done in the beginning and once up, the walker is rewarded with wonderful views before enjoying a woodland walk. This walk is best taken in springtime, when the bluebells clothe the hillside and the views are not obscured by leaves.

Wales - South Wales - Pembrokeshire - Countryside


Birds, Cafe, Great Views, Hills or Fells, River, Wildlife, Woodland
8/10/2020 - R T Holmes

A good walk with fine views and interesting terrain. The stile at Waypoint 2 is now a gate. At Waypoint 7 we could find no trace of yellow arrows. The instructions are clear but the double stile referred to was overgrown and the second stile in a state of disrepair. There appears to be no reason why one should not go straight ahead into the field, keeping to the hedge on the left, and turn right to cross the field at the point where stile emerges. The instruction to walk to the corner of the field is misleading - GPS indicates the path across the field starting from the stile. Without the aid of GPS we would have had great difficulty in locating the exit from the field which was overgrown. The grid reference given for Waypoint 8 refers to a junction of paths, at which one turns right, encountered after rounding the house. The stile into evergreens mentioned in the comment at Waypoint 9 is some distance along the path at SM 963 241.

12/8/2019 - Graham Reynolds

This a great walk with some fine views. In parts it is muddy, but I did the walk in December, so that's not a surprise! Some of the stiles have been replaced by gates, which makes things so much easier. The route is very well signed, with many of the signs newly installed. A good all round walk with a good mix of hard track, quiet roads and mixed woodland.