Run at Stackpole, Pembrokeshire

A view of the wooden bridge over Bosherston Lily Pond at Stackpole, Pembrokeshire

‘This is a lovely running spot for beginners, with lots of places where you can stop to catch your breath and enjoy the view. I often run around our lakes. The route is approximately 5km long and the paths are relatively flat and solid. You might even see an otter.’ - Rhian S, keen runner and member of staff at Stackpole Outdoor Learning Centre

During busy periods park at the National Trust car park at Bosherson and you can pick up a map from a member of staff. When it’s winter or during quieter periods it’s best to call into reception at Stackpole Outdoor Learning Centre for more information about our routes.

Other running routes in Wales:

  • The Cemlyn Nature Reserve, Anglesey, is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Both the shingle ridge route and the circular route are suitable for running beginners. Please note that this reserve is run by the North Wales Wildlife Trust
  • Tredegar House, Newport, hosts a weekly parkrun for runners of all abilities