Celtic Way

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Start: Strumble Head, Pembrokeshire
Distance: 700 miles (1125 km)
Grid Ref: SM895412
 
Climbing: 25,658 metres
Walk time: 300-360 hours
Days: 45-70

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Summary: The Celtic Way is a long-distance walk which begins in Pembrokeshire in West Wales and which travels through South Wales and into the West of England, purposefully linking pre-historic sites associated with the era of the Celts and other pre-historic sites along the way. The Celtic Way includes visits to Carn Ingli, Pentre Ifan, Gwal y Filiast burial chamber, Avebury, Stonehenge, Glastonbury, Exmoor and St Michael's Mount. In all, over 100 sites of importance in Celtic Britain and prehistory are visited.


Useful Links:
The Celtic Way Guide Book
Wikipedia
Long Distance Walkers Association


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