On Saturday 15 September 2012, walk for water so others don’t have to.

Angle to Freshwater West

The walk starts at the village of Angle with a range of local facilities, Angle Bay is an important feeding ground for birds and is a Site of Special Scientific Interest due to the discovery of small green starfish in the beach’s rockpools. Angle hosts the 16th century Old Point House Inn - one of the few pubs on the National Trail, and you will pass remains of a small artillery blockhouse built at the side of the harbour entrance in Tudor times called East Blockhouse. The walk ends at Freshwater West, a beautiful wind swept beach and one of the most consistent surf spots in Wales, there are parking and toilet facilities. It can hold waves up to around 6ft, however this beach has very strong rip currents and quicksands.

Distance: 
9.0 miles / 14.0 km
Estimated Walking Time: 
5 hours
Difficulty: 
Strenuous
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