How far would you go to support the Paul Sartori Foundation?

We are looking for self motivated individuals to join us and walk the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, passing 58 beautiful beaches and 14 harbours to raise much need funds for the Paul Sartori Foundation.

The closing date for applications for the Pembrokeshire Coast Path Challenge is 31st March 2017 and spaces are filling up fast. Please get yourself registered to avoid disappointment. The walks are all guided by a Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Guide and this is going to be a breath-taking experience, so please don’t hesitate in your registration!


The Itinerary

Saturday 22/04/2017 7.4 miles Amroth to Tenby
Sunday 23/04/2017 5.6 miles Tenby to Skrinkle
Saturday 29/04/2017 6 miles Skrinkle to Freshwater East
Sunday 30/04/2017 6.2 miles Freshwater East to Broad Haven South
Monday 01/05/2017 4.7 miles Stack Rocks to Freshwater West (Range West)
Saturday 06/05/2017 6.4 miles Broad Haven to Stack Rocks
Sunday 07/05/2017 5.5 miles Freshwater West to West Angle
Saturday 13/05/2017 6.5 miles West Angle to Popton Fort
Sunday 14/05/2017 11.2 miles Popton Fort to Llanion National Parks Office
Saturday 20/05/2017 8 miles Llanion National Parks Office to Milford Haven
Sunday 21/05/2017 4.6 miles Milford Haven to Sandy Haven
Saturday 27/05/2017 6.3 miles Sandy Haven to Dale Fort
Sunday 28/05/2017 7.7 miles Dale Fort to Marloes
Monday 29/05/2017 7.5 miles Marloes to St Brides
Saturday 03/06/2017 6 miles St Brides to Broad Haven
Sunday 04/06/2017 6 miles Broad Haven to Newgale
Saturday 10/06/2017 8 miles Newgale to St Nons
Sun 11/06/2017 7.5 miles St Nons to Whitesands
Saturday 17/06/2017 7 miles Whitesands to Abereiddy
Sunday 18/06/2017 3.7 miles Abereiddy to Trefin
Saturday 24/06/2017 10.5 miles Trefin to Tregwynt Mill
Sunday 25/06/2017 6.7 miles Tregwynt Mill to Strumble Head
Saturday 01/07/2017 6.3 miles Strumble Head to Goodwick
Sunday 02/07/2017 6.3 miles Goodwick to Pwll Gwaelod
Saturday 08/07/2017 6.5 miles Pwll Gwaelod to Newport Sands
Sunday 09/07/2017 6.5 miles Newport Sands to Ceibwr
Saturday 15/07/2017 5.5 miles Ceibwr to Popit Sands

All walks are guided by Pembrokeshire Coast National Park volunteers.

Wish to take part?

The following link gives you more information on the challenge – pembrokeshire-coast-path-challenge-letter.

Cost: £100 to register (individuals who complete the challenge keep the t-shirt and receive a certificate of completion of the 186 mile route).  Recommended sponsorship £250

To sign up, please complete the Challenge Registration Form (follow this link – copy-of-pcpc-registration-form-2017) and the Medical Questionnaire (copy-of-medical-questionnaire) and return either via email (paying for the registration by debit/credit card over the phone) or return all documents with a cheque (made payable to the “Paul Sartori Foundation”) to The Fundraising Department, Paul Sartori Hospice at Home, Paul Sartori House,  Winch Lane, Haverfordwest, SA61 1RP.

If you have any questions or for further information please contact or call 01437 763223.

Path Code

Take care on the Coast Path – it’s rugged, natural terrain. Please follow the Coast Path Safety Code:

  1. Keep to the path, away from cliff edges and overhangs.
  2. Always supervise children, especially near cliff edges.
  3. Walking surfaces can vary considerably with the weather. Always wear strong footwear with a good grip and ankle support.
  4. Wear or carry warm and waterproof clothing.
  5. Cliff-top walking can be dangerous in high winds.
  6. Beware of taking shortcuts across beaches – you may be cut off by the tide. Swimming can also be dangerous.
  7. Do not sit under cliffs or climb them.
  8. The Coast Path is managed for walkers; it is not safe or lawful to cycle or ride horses along most of the Coast Path.
  9. No dogs are allowed on this challenge.

Training Programme

The following training programme has been put together as a guide for the Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced walker – please follow this link pembrokeshire-coast-path-challenge-training-programme-updated.

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In association with the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority.