|Contributor:||NatResWales||Activity Type:||Walking||Difficulty:||Average||Distance:||5.075 mi (8.168 km)|
|Description:||This stunning walk around the Stackpole National Nature Reserve explores the beautiful coastline of Pembrokeshire, the small bays that hug the coastline and the 19th century lily pond lakes of Bosherston. You will see a wonderful mix of dunes, geology and wildlife along your way. Watch out for overwintering wildlife such as goosander, tufted ducks and golden eyed bitterns as they hunt for food and the eagle eyed Hobby as it searches for food.
Walk distance: 5 miles / 8.5 kms
Terrain: This ranges from the accessible lakeside path around Bosherston Lakes to more challenging and undulating terrain along the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.
Facilities: The National Trust charge for parking in all their car parks.
Suitable for: Walkers.
Start and finish: Bosherston National Trust car park.
Getting there: Bosherston and Stackpole National Nature Reserve is five miles south of Pembroke. The main access is via the B4319 Pembroke to Castlemartin road. The nearest train station is in Pembroke and there are bus stops at Bosherston, Stackpole Quay and Broad Haven.
Safety: As this walk takes you along the cliff top please heed any warning notices that you might come across.
Please ensure you are prepared for all weather conditions and wear suitable clothing and stout footwear for your walk.
This walk is supplied by Natural Resources Wales. It is subject to TrailZilla copyright terms and conditions.
It can be found on the Natural Resources Wales website along with other walks in their woods and national nature reserves.
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