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Trewent Bay-St.Govans Head

Trewent Bay-St.Govans Head


Postby GarryH » Mon May 14, 2012 10:52 pm

Date walked: 14/05/2012

Distance: 12.5 km

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Spent a few days in Pembrokeshire,S.Wales last week first day lovely weather then down hill but managed a couple of decent walks on the PCP.On this one parked up at St.Govans head and caught the coastal cruiser bus to Trewent Bay to walk the 7.5 miles back to the car.It`s the best part of 25 years since we were here and I wondered if the passage of time had embellished my memory of beautiful bays and dramatic cliffs the answer no.If you`ve never been to Pembrokeshire and get the chance go.

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Looking down to St.Govans chapel

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Looking up to St.Govans chapel

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View from chapel

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Over the Gorse to Stackpole Head

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Barafundle Bay

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Looking out from Barafundle

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Broad Haven beach(Bosherston)

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Church Rock Broad Haven
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Re: Trewent Bay-St.Govans Head

Postby ChrisW » Tue May 15, 2012 4:02 pm

Beautiful shots Garry, I can see why your memories of the place were so vivid, cracking little hike :D
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