The one day option is not only a great challenge in its self it is an ideal recce and preparation for taking on the big one, one day.
The day will begin at St Dogmaels and starts with a 2.5 mile climb to the highest point on the entire Pembrokeshire Coast Path. And we wont lie the northern coast of the Path is the most rural, isolated and hilliest but is also spectacular and gives you a real sense of being in the wilderness. The route will take in 6770ft of elevations over its 66.6 miles (which happens to be the same as our previously run To hell and back ultra.
Other than being a very challenging run this route will take you past some of the coastal jewels in the North Pembrokeshire section of the National Park. You will pass by some great scenic and steeped in history iconic locations such as Dinas Head, The Jemima Nichols monument and the site if the last invasion of the UK, Strumble Head, The Blue Lagoon in Abereiddy, Wales Most Westerly Point at St Davids Head, The Birth Place of St Davids at St Nons to name but a few. All great spots that will help you overcome the physical and mental hurdles of the day!