It's good to walk, so why not step out and sample some of the walks your locality has to offer. This pleasant and interesting walk which starts and finishes at the car park of Salem Chapel, near Spittal Cross, is one of a number of town and country walks which have been produced by Pembrokeshire County Council.
Enjoy this fairly strenuous walk which begins and ends at Salem Chapel car park and takes in a wide variety of scenery on the way - from rolling, open Pembrokeshire landscapes to beautiful enclosed woodland, both deciduous and coniferous in Treffgarne Gorge.
This two and a half hour walk on the eastern side of the magnificent Treffgarne Gorge encompasses open farmland with spectacular views as well of sections of enchanting woodland, both coniferous and deciduous.
There are wide varieties of flora and fauna to be seen at all times of the year. The path passes the location of Brunel's intended rail link with Ireland which was abandoned in 1851 on account of the potato famine.
Near Spittal Cross, just beyond a magnificent railway tunnel, there is a small car park beneath Salem Chapel where the walk begins.
Walking: The walk begins and ends at the small free car park of Salem Chapel, near Spittal Cross.
Bus: 412 (Haverfordwest-Fishguard-Cardigan). Alight at Treffgarne and walk to start point. www.pembrokeshire.gov.uk/bustimetables
Train: Nearest station is at Clarbeston Road. National Rail Enquiries: 08457 484 950 www.nationalrail.co.uk
Road Map: www.multimap.com Search for "Wolfscastle, Pembrokeshire".
Parking: There is a small, free car park below Salem Chapel, near Spittal Cross.
Start/Finish: Salem Chapel car park, near Spittal Cross.
Distance: 3.8 miles (6.15 kilometres), 2 ½ hours
Terrain: Strenuous walking on lanes and paths. The latter are grassy, stony and can be muddy and slippery at times. Some very steep sections. Come prepared.
Car Park: 1
Car Park: 1