Wales Coast Path App

Enhance your path experience with our app

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The Wales Coast Path app allows you to discover more about the path and now tracks your journey.

Below: Watch our trailer about how you can track your progress

Below: Watch our preview trailer about the digital experience

About the app

It’s a map-based app specially designed for the path, for smart devices like a phone or tablet. The app will enhance your path experience with the following two special functions:

  • Track your progress – you can record and save your walks and track how much of the path you’ve completed,
  • A unique digital experience that can only be experienced on the path itself.

Track your progress

Whether you walk one mile or the entire 870 miles, our app will show you where you are on the path. The tracking function is great for:

  • Keeps you on the path - it will show you whether you are on the path or not
  • Add and create routes you’ve done in the past into the app
  • Export all recorded journeys to a ZIP file for transfer to a new device
  • Records and saves your walks in the app
  • Tracks your progress per section and overall, on the path.
  • Suggest nearby walks in case you want to explore further.
  • Shows you points of interest on or near the path to make the most of your time at the coast.

A unique digital experience

The app has lots of fun and interesting facts, features about the path and surrounding areas. These are linked to local Welsh folklore and history and the unique coastal wildlife - everything you’ll come across when you visit the path.

We’ve created 7 Family Walks with a Difference. These are designed to encourage families to visit the path using our app for a unique digital experience at the following locations:

1. The Great Orme near the Rest and be Thankful café in Conwy County,
2. Menai Bridge town on the Belgian Promenade on Anglesey,
3. Borth y Gest, near the car park in the village on the Llyn Peninsula,
4. New Quay town on the green near the official halfway sculpture in Ceredigion,
5. Saundersfoot beach in Pembrokeshire,
6. Pendine Sands near the beach car park in Carmarthenshire,
7. Cardiff barrage near Roald Dahl’s famous crocodile bench in Cardiff Bay.

Once the app is downloaded and open on your device, simply point it at the information board to unlock the special features in the app.

This activates a game, an augmented reality feature or a 3D video telling you a story about that section of the path in a fun and different way.

Download the app

Search for “The Wales Coast Path” for both iOS and Android devices.

Download from the Apple App Store (iOS devices)
Download from the Google Play store (Android)

We recommend downloading the app before you visit the information boards for a seamless experience.You can download the app at each information board - data allowing / 3G and 4G signal permitting. Only information relevant to the information board location will be downloaded to your device.


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.