Wales Coast Path keeps hikers close to the edge

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Wales Coast Path keeps hikers close to the edge

Post by webjanitor » Sun May 12, 2013 11:52 am

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ST. DAVIDS — From my perch overlooking the ocean, on a path no wider than my hiking boots, I could see sheer cliffs of volcanic rock running for miles in either direction, sea stacks dotting the shore, and long rocky peninsulas jutting out into the sea. Pastoral fields with grazing sheep ran from the path inland, across a gentle, treeless landscape broken here and there by stone walls, hedges, and farmsteads.

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