Tresaith falls picnic_bench

The Inclusive Access Cliff-top Trail which starts at Aberporth ends at this wheelchair friendly picnic bench half way to Tresaith.

Section 2 - total distance 8.7km (5.4 miles)

Aberporth to Llangrannog

view from trail

Characterised by high cliffs and secluded beaches, much of this section is heritage coast. The waterfall at Tresaith beach (left) is a particularly unusual feature and was created when glacial activity diverted the river Saith.

Map 1; Aberporth - Llangrannog

Aberporth to Tresaith

Distance 3.2km (2 miles), grade - easy/moderate

An all weather, surfaced cliff-top path between these villages affords some spectacular views. The southern half is wheelchair friendly.

Tresaith to Penbryn

Distance 2.6km (1.6 miles), grade - moderate/hard

The steep coastal slope forces the path inland slightly here resulting in a long climb to a height of 125 metres.

Penbryn

 

Penbryn to Llangrannog

Distance 2.9km (1.8 miles), grade - hard

Again the nature of the coastline makes the path less intimate with the sea here and with two steep climbs in such a short distance this is one of the toughest sections of the Ceredigion Coast Path.

 

Section 1 - Cardigan to Aberporth

Section 3 - Llangrannog to New Quay