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Cardigan Bay North: Circular Walks from the Wales Coast Path (Wales Coast Path Top 10 Walks) Paperback – 10 Oct 2012
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Sioned Bannister is a full-time freelance outdoor writer and contributes regular walks features to a series of magazines, including Welsh Coast Magazine
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A great selection of walks makes it into the top ten. Portmeirion combines fantasy and escapism with a walk across the Cob, perfect for steam trains and what must be the ultimate view of Snowdon. A mile south at Ynys is the start of the next walk, down the estuary and back through the churchyard, with the grave of Richard Hughes of High Wind in Jamaica fame.
In between those two walks is of course Maentwrog-on-Sea which for the time being is an honorary coast path resort; being the lowest point at which you can officially cross the Dwyryd until the new Pont Briwet is built.
The tenth walk is down my memory lane from Borth halfway to Aberystwyth. In 1960 I think ours was one of only two caravans in the village and the sun shone all through the summer. In subsequent student days the walk along the coast was a popular Saturday evening prelude to sampling Borth's pubs before catching the last bus back to Aberystwyth.
At £4.99 it's excellent value .... that's less than 50p a walk!