A Tough High Level Coast to Coast Walk through Wildest Wales

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An updated version of the Cambrian Way website is now available for trial. It is aimed at being easier to use on small screens with larger buttons and more spaced out links as well as a Pulldown Menu that is available from almost anywhere in the website.
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Tony Drake passed away aged 89 on 7th March 2012  View his Obituary
CW News Page now added for Latest News plus Hints & Tips
Points of Interest Pages now added with a link from the 'Route' page
Website Map Added to help find things on the website

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The Cambrian Way

Wales's most scenically beautiful and challenging long distance trail
  • A high level walk traversing the highest and wildest parts of Wales.
  • On public rights of way or where there is a right of access.
  • Coast to Coast - Cardiff to Conwy.
  • Distance 291 miles (468km) - (calculated from latest online mapping).
  • Ascent approximately 78,000 feet (23,800 metres) - (double Pennine Way).
  • Generally unwaymarked - Navigation skills essential, especially in cloud.
  • Compact Guidebook provides all you want to know. New 7th Edition now available - Price 7.50.
  • B&Bs, hostels, bunkhouses, hotels, camp sites - regular updates via website.

This website is now run by the Cambrian Way Trust, a charitable trust. Any donations large or small to help with running costs would be greatly appreciated.
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