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Wales Coast Path Walking Festival 2019

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We are very excited to announce a seven day walking festival!

It will take in some of the most breath taking and much loved locations along the along the 870 mile long Wales Coast Path.

Tell me more!

2019 marks the 7th year of the launch of the Wales Coast Path and to celebrate we’ve teamed up with Ramblers Cymru to put on a programme of seven specially guided walks 4-19 May from the north down to south Wales.  

  • 4 May at the Great Orme
  • 5 May on the Isle of Anglesey
  • 6 May at Porthmadog
  • 11 May at Cwm Tydu
  • 12 May at Saundersfoot
  • 18 May at Burry Port
  • 19 May at Llantwit Major 

A variety of walks will be on offer for visitors to enjoy from short accessible walks, to family friendly walks to longer challenges – there will be something to suit everyone.

We’re also working with Keep Wales Tidy and other walking organisations to bring the coast path alive and to discover the path in a new light.

Most walks will be free (apart from an additional charge for linear walks where transport is required) but you will need to register.

Want to know more information?

Go to the Ramblers Cymru website to register your interest to keep up to date when the walks programme is open for bookings.

Spread the word!

  • Watch out on our social media channels @walescoastpath for updates on when the walks are open for bookings.
  • Like, comment and share our event on social media with your friends and family
  • Use our hashtags #WalkTogether #FindYourEpic #WalesCoastPathFest #gwylllwybrarfordircymru and spread the word even further!

 

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This project has received funding via the Regional Tourism Engagement Fund (RTEF) supported through the Welsh Government Rural Communities - Rural Development Programme 2014-2020, which is funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD) and the Welsh Government, the Fund to improve the visitor experience and create stronger destinations by working together.

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