Recently, long time customer Bob Dennis walked the Anglesey Coast Path, assisted of course by his Satmap GPS and Wales coast path map card. please read about his trip below and see some of the wonderful photo’s he managed to take.
ANGLESEY COAST PATH Sept 2015
My wife and I walked the Anglesey Coast Path starting on the 5th Sept as part of the Welsh Coast Path we are doing. We hired a cottage in Rhosneigr as our base and drove our car to the end of each days walk, they got a bus back to the start point each day. This arrangement seemed to work well with a very efficient bus service. We started the walk from Menai Bridge and did the walk anti clockwise. I enjoyed the various types of scenery; high cliffs, low cliffs, beaches, sand dunes, woods, estuaries, mountains and even the Power Station near Cemaes. I could honestly not pick out a favourite section but if pushed, I would have to say from Amlwch to Carmel Head and the whole of Holy Island from Holyhead to Four mile bridge. I was very impressed with the signage and the condition of the path even over the soggy bits. On the wild life side we saw Choughs in the north and Red Squirrels in the south and seals most days. To add to the excitement we had the first Sunday off and watched the start of the Round Britain Cycle race and then we the cheered the Ring of Fire walkers over the line in the afternoon. The weather was absolutely wonderful – no rain for the full eleven days we walked. The Satmap Wales Coast Path trail series was spot on all the way around.
So all in all a very enjoyable walk, friendly people, so far on the Welsh Coast Path the Anglesey Coastal Path has been the best by far.