We visited the dramatic coastline of Pembrokeshire in Wales and were treated to a lovely ramble along the clifftops at Martin’s Haven, a National Trust site with paths to Marloes Sands.

Elapsed Time Moving Time Distance Average Speed Max Speed Elevation Gain Calories Burned
03:27:41
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01:54:56
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5.82
mi.
19:45
min/mile
1:47
min/mile
426.84
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983
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Goal: Spot a Puffin

Clifftop walk

The narrow uneven path hugged the clifftop edges, which was very dramatic and surprisingly fence free, not that most people would venture near the edge where there were plenty of signs of eroded sections to the bottom of the rocks. The geology was spectacular and included both sandstones and volcanic rocks with folds, faults and jagged rocks. There were lots of caves and holes in the cliffs below. The seawater was a beautiful clear blue colour and like a mirror in the coves below, although the day was very blustery.

There were lots of sea birds flying around and we also got to see a family of seals enjoying themselves in the pools below.

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Mike

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