Wales Coast Path Inspiration

The Path means different things to different people - what does it mean to you?
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an island in the middle of the ocean surrounded by green hills and blue skies with white clouds
International Appalachian Trail/Sentier International des Appalaches
IAT-SIA - Wales
a drawing of a bottle floating in the water with rocks and pebbles around it that says, if only you could bottle that seaside feeling
Free, invigorated, inspired - how does a trip to the beach make you feel? #lovethecoast
the best trek you've never heard of the wales coast path
The Best Trek You’ve Never Heard Of: The Wales Coast Path
The Wales Coast Path is often missing from the hiker’s bucket list. Treks like the Inca Trail and Kilimanjaro have their rightful spots, but the path along the Welsh coastline, speckled with quaint towns, immersed in history, and blanketed with fairytale-inspiring landscapes, somehow hasn’t made the cut. Perhaps most hikers simply haven’t heard of it.
an advertisement for hiking essentials on the ground
We would add a #map to this list of course! Pack only what you need.
a woman walking down a road with the words walk yourself out of your bad mood studies show that even a 10 minute walk immediately boosters brain
Ideas to leave the car behind and walk to new places...
a clear glass award plaque sitting on top of a white tablecloth covered floor with the words placemaking awards written below it
Llwybr Arfordir Cymru / Wales Coast Path (@WalesCoastPath) / Twitter
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the front page of a travel magazine next to an article about hiking in new zealand
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a camera is set up on a tripod near the ocean with a lighthouse in the distance
Jordan Butters (@jordanbutters) / Twitter
Penmon Point Anglesey
a figurine is posed on a rock near the ocean
Llwybr Arfordir Cymru / Wales Coast Path (@WalesCoastPath) / Twitter
Pirate at St Donats in Vale of Glamorgan
a poster with the bible verse on it
"When you come out of the storm, you won't be the same person that walked in. That's what the storm is all about." -- Haruki Murakami Framed Quote