Sunday, 29 May 2005

Ceredigion Coast Path , Coastwalk

Aberaeron → New Quay

[Cliff-nesting birds]

Distance: 7.37 miles
Ascent: 312 metres
Duration: 3 hours 50 minutes

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Today's walking has been the best so far on the Ceredigion coast. More than anything else the reason is the weather. It's been glorious.

[Emma on the path]

The path out of Aberaeron was easy and popular, quickly gaining the lush meadows that top the rugged cliffs. As we walked further the crowds thinned out so we soon had the path to ourselves.

[New Quay]

At Cei Bach we dropped down to the beach and walked the final couple of miles on the foreshore. Little Quay Bay was easy enough but at the far end of New Quay Bay we had to clamber over the rocks to reach the town. My best guess is that you could walk round the rocks for all but the three hours either side of high tide.

This is certainly a walk worth repeating.

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