- Narbeth and Pembrokeshire singletrack
the ‘knights way’, this is the route that the ‘knights templar’ took from the estuary near ‘Blackpool mill’ (near canneston bridge) to Amroth building a settlement at Templeton on route [The name coming from Temple town].Posted 6 years ago
this is about 5 miles from narberth..
Pembroke dock pump track…
Theres some great castles in pembrokeshire… especially pembroke, carew and manorbier. Some great coastal pathPosted 6 years ago
rideswalks around manorbier. Stunning walk down to barafundle and further on to broadhaven from stackpole quay and lunch/dinner at stackpole arms.
Good surfing at manorbier and freshwater west.
Pendine good fun if you like history of land speed records (museum of speed there) and Laugharne very quaint (another castle and) and Dylan Thomas boathouse. Theres heaps to do apart from ride bikes
The official right of way / footpath is the fire road track that runs down the valley that you can drive down. The Trail runs through the wood and isnt actually a designated footpath. Its basically a big loop where you go down the trail through the woods and back up the track to complete the loop. Are we talking about the same place??Posted 6 years agocatnashMember
cloudnine the footpath has been there for at leat 42 years (set up by the forestry commission)and does go from the top end down to the clearing. I do know a friend of mums lives down the darker end and have heard of a few near misses with walkers and cars when some have come down the drop-off.Posted 6 years ago
OP if you want to go for a pootle while your on your hols.. shoot me a an email… the vimeo vid was not filmed by me or anything to do with me.Posted 6 years ago
The locals have got more to worry about with a dual carriage way being built on their door step than a few over grown
kidsmen pissing around the nearby woods on bikes where they walk the dog once a week
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