“The Navigator” had resumed our normal Monday walking as THE PROJECT was nearing the end of the hard landscaping. Today’s walk was a circular walk based on Moylegrove and would take in part of the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and some inland walking.
We had a full house today with the addition of Paul, Chris and his dog Daisy.
From the car park it was an uphill start and then a small error as we followed a lane which used to lead to the coast but has now been diverted. We soon got back on track and a welcome elevenses was had overlooking the “Devils Cauldron” a collapsed cave. We used to canoe into this underneath an archway leading from the sea.
We shared our break with a number of grey horses some of whom seemed keen to share in our food, they were out of luck.
The walk continued steeply down to walk close to the water feature and then up. Anyone who may think the coast path is “flat” is in for a surprise. The coast path took us into Ceibwr Bay where we crossed a lovely slate bridge across the stream.
The path gave fabulous sea views and many rock formations. We were treated to sights of a flock of choughs and a kestrel quartering the cliffs. One of the path signs had us scratching our heads as it mentioned the Appalachian Trail. But here is the answer
We had lunch before turning inland and heading south back to the car in Moylegrove. Daisy was clearly becoming a little warm and sat for a while in a little stream.
The Pembrokeshire coast never fails to please