The terrain is generally good underfoot, walking shoes or hiking boots are recommended.
This is an eight mile circular walk in the hills above the pretty little Pembrokeshire village of Rosebush. Foel Cwmcerwyn is the highest point in the Pembrokeshire National Park and its nearby neighbour of Foel Eryr will give some of the best views in this area. The terrain covered includes farmland, grassy paths and a forestry track.
The nearby village of Rosebush is home to the truly unique Tafarn Sinc, there are no other facilities along the route.
Upland plants include fir clubmoss, liverwort, sundews and orchids with a late summer carpet of heather and gorse, and the forestry path is packed with wild raspberry and blackberry. We may also see red admiral and marsh fritillary butterflies and southern damselfly.