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Learning resources for the Wales Coast Path
Using the path as a basis for learning and skills.
- Wales Coast Path inspires the next generation of explorers with new resource pack created in partnership with the Urdd
Urdd Gobaith Cymru
Interactive and fun resource packs for a unique outdoor walking and learning experience
- Wales Coast Path Event ‘Inspiring Young People'
Our 10th anniversary resources
Useful resources to help tell our story
Arts and Crafts
Skilled and proud artisans have been a feature of Welsh life for centuries. Inspired by beautiful and dramatic countryside, the range of natural materials available to them, and the history all around them, those traditions thrive today.
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10th Anniversary media pack
An overview about the Wales Coast path and what’s happening in it’s 10th anniversary year
Meet the Path Officer - Snowdonia and Ceredigion coast
Nigel Nicholas describes why this part of the Wales Coast Path is special to him.
Chester Station Canal Link
The border on the north bank of the River Dee boasts a 'Welcome to Wales' sign, marker stones and daffodils in Spring
Marloes Sands to Martin's Haven, Pembrokeshire
Walk this remote corner of Wales to marvel at the spectacular coastal scenery
Walks to explore the area Snowdonia and Ceredigion Coast
Here are a few of our favourites walks and recommendations showing off the best of the Welsh coastline
Kidwelly to Burry Port
From a fearsome castle, past saltmarshes and through a forest to a truly glorious beach.
Llandudno to Conwy
Around the Great Orme from the Queen of Welsh Resorts to one of the world’s best-preserved medieval castles.
Menai Bridge to Caernarfon
Spectacular bridges, a woodland walk along the beautiful Menai Strait takes you to one of the world’s greatest middle age castles.