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Unusual Pembrokeshire Coast walk offered

Posted 22 July 2010
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Unusual Pembrokeshire Coast walk offered
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Those who like to go walking in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park will get a rare chance to do so in an area normally out-of-bounds to the public.

On two afternoons in August the Manorbier Range will be opened up by landowners the Ministry of Defence in arrangement with the National Park Authority.

Guided tours will be available on Wednesday August 4th and Monday 9th from 13:00 BST in each case, with a park ranger and an archaeologist providing extra information to those exploring the site.

The park authority said previous openings over the past four years have been very popular with the public.

Although the existence of the UK national parks and legislation such as right-to-roam has increased access to the countryside, several areas in such parks are often restricted due to military training activity.

Such locations include the Oakhampton Camp area on Dartmoor and the Luss Hills in the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park.

Posted by Elaine Arthur