Foel Eryr, Pembrokeshire

Summit views, Foel Eryr

Last weekend I had the chance to visit Pembrokeshire Coast National Park – one of the less well known National Parks to me – and enjoyed a quick romp over farm- and moorland to Foel Eryr. It is not particularly high at 468m, but is in beautiful surroundings and seemed in a quiet corner of Wales.

I enjoyed simply striding out over the grass and moor, although it was very wet underfoot. I also seem to be developing more of an affinity with the 1:50,000 OS map, which can be folded and fitted neatly into an A6 map case. It is good practice for the WML too, as winter condition necessitate the larger scale and navigation by the broader features of the land.

Views on descent

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