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

Broadhaven to St Brides Haven

The walk ends at Broadhaven a popular bathing beach located in a corner of St Bride`s Bay with a range of facilities along the sea-front, there is a youth hostel which includes a National Park information point. Inland lies Haroldston woods, known for its interesting plants, and on top of the cliffs to the north is an Iron Age promontory fort. If you decide to walk along the beach to Little Haven beware being cut off by the rising tide. The path to Borough Head goes through deciduous woodland, well protected from the ravages of the sea.The walk ends at St Brides where there are parking facilities, toilets and a picnic site. St Brides Castle and St Brides Church are popular sites at the coastal resort overlooking the sea, coastal erosion has exposed the ends of stone coffins in the graveyard.

Distance: 
6.0 miles / 10.0 km
Estimated Walking Time: 
3 hours
Difficulty: 
Moderate
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