Autumn walks in Pembrokeshire

Put your walking boots on and explore Pembrokeshire this autumn. From rocky rambles to colourful strolls, here are five of our favourite trails.

A seal pup on the Marloes shoreline
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1. Marloes Peninsula coastal walk 

See the very best of the Marloes Peninsula on this four-mile circular walk. In autumn, look for seals and their pups in the secluded bays around the coastline.

Stackpole's woodland footpath in autumn
Walking trail

2. Bosherston Lily Ponds walk 

An easy one-mile stroll around Bosherston Lakes is a must at this time of year. Follow the rustic woodland trails and see the estate aglow with beautiful shades of red, gold and orange.

Treginnis Peninsula and Ramsay Island
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3. Treginnis walk 

Stretch your legs with a six-mile ramble around the Treginnis Peninsula. Along the way, uncover rocks dating back 600 million years, enjoy views of Pembrokeshire’s islands and see birdlife on the wing.

A visitor walking through the grounds of a National Trust site in the autumn
Walking trail

4. Lawrenny walk 

Enjoy a scenic walk through ancient oak woodland and admire autumn colour aplenty. The walk takes in views of the Daugleddau estuary; look for wildfowl and waders in the wooded waters.

Garn Fawr's rocky coast
Walking trail

5. Garn Fawr walk 

For a spot of heritage hunting this autumn, follow this one-mile route. The rocky outcrop is a spectacular viewpoint, but you can also discover an Iron Age fort and WW1 lookout here.