Day 112: Stackpole Head to West Pickard Bay – Hermit & Sultan

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Dyfed, Wales
Church Rock and Broad Haven Beach, Pembrokeshire.

Church Rock and Broad Haven Beach, Pembrokeshire.

Mowingword cliffs, Pembrokeshire.

Mowingword cliffs, Pembrokeshire.

Sentry box, Castlemartin range East, Pembrokeshire.

Sentry box, Castlemartin range East, Pembrokeshire.

Church Rock & Stackpole Head, Pembrokeshire.

Church Rock & Stackpole Head, Pembrokeshire.

Protection bunker for WW2 mover system, Trevellan Downs Tank Range, Pembrokeshire.

Protection bunker for WW2 mover system, Trevellan Downs Tank Range, Pembrokeshire.

Seascape, St Govan’s Head, Pembrokeshire.

Seascape, St Govan’s Head, Pembrokeshire.

Coastguard Lookout, St. Govan’s Head, Castlemartin range East, Pembrokeshire.

Coastguard Lookout, St. Govan’s Head, Castlemartin range East, Pembrokeshire.

St Govan’s Chapel, built above a hermitage cell in the 14th century, Pembrokeshire.

St Govan’s Chapel, built above a hermitage cell in the 14th century, Pembrokeshire.

Interior of St Govan’s Chapel, Pembrokeshire.

Interior of St Govan’s Chapel, Pembrokeshire.

St Govan’s Chapel, Pembrokeshire.

St Govan’s Chapel, Pembrokeshire.

Entrance to St Govan’s Chapel, Pembrokeshire.

Entrance to St Govan’s Chapel, Pembrokeshire.

Old Spartan and Sultan armoured personnel carriers used as helicopter targets, Castlemartin range East, Pembrokeshire.

Old Spartan and Sultan armoured personnel carriers used as helicopter targets, Castlemartin range East, Pembrokeshire.

Cliffs at Newton Down, Pembrokeshire.

Cliffs at Newton Down, Pembrokeshire.

Marker, Castlemartin range East, Pembrokeshire.

Marker, Castlemartin range East, Pembrokeshire.

Radar Station at Castlehead, Castlemartin range East, Pembrokeshire.

Radar Station at Castlehead, Castlemartin range East, Pembrokeshire.

Elegug Stacks (Elegug is the Welsh word for the guillemot), Pembrokeshire.

Elegug Stacks (Elegug is the Welsh word for the guillemot), Pembrokeshire.

Flimston Bay, Pembrokeshire.

Flimston Bay, Pembrokeshire.

Elegug Stacks and the south Pembrokeshire coast towards Stackpole Head, Pembrokeshire.

Elegug Stacks and the south Pembrokeshire coast towards Stackpole Head, Pembrokeshire.

The Green Bridge of Wales, a natural arch formed from Limestone, Pembrokeshire.

The Green Bridge of Wales, a natural arch formed from Limestone, Pembrokeshire.

Night hiking above the cliffs of Black Cave, Pembrokeshire.

Night hiking above the cliffs of Black Cave, Pembrokeshire.

Camp, West Pickard Bay, Pembrokeshire.

Camp, West Pickard Bay, Pembrokeshire.

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22 thoughts on “Day 112: Stackpole Head to West Pickard Bay – Hermit & Sultan”

  1. The night hiking sounds fun. Many of today’s images remind me of the Great Ocean Road here in Victoria (Australia). Is it too soon to tempt you to think of your next perimeter expedition? 🙂

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