Non National Park publications.
Ordnance Survey maps of Pembrokeshire
These single-sided general use maps are scaled 1:50 000. 2 cm to 1 km, (1.25" to a mile).
Three maps cover the Pembrokeshire area:
- Sheet 145 Cardigan and Mynydd Preseli (North eastern sector)
- Sheet 157 St Davids and Haverfordwest (West, northwest and central)
- Sheet 158 Tenby and Pembroke (South east sector)
Double sided maps scaled 1:25 000. 4 cm to 1 km, (2.5" to a mile).
These maps include land access information designated under the Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2005. Two maps cover the Pembrokeshire area.
- Sheet OL35 North Pembrokeshire
- Sheet OL36 South Pembropkeshire
Explore maps (as above) encapsulated within a plastic, showerproof, tear resistant covering.
Pembrokeshire Coast Path by Brian John.
One of the series of National Trail Guides - Aurum Press. 5 x 8.25" (130 x 210 mm) portrait.
As well as general information and advice for walkers, the 168 page paperback describes the entire route of the Coast Path through 12 sections from north to south, each is complemented with pictorial reference to 1:25 000 Ordnance Survey maps. The book is illustrated throughout with colour photographs.
Pembrokeshire Coast Path by Jim Manthorpe.
British Walking Guide Series - Trailblazer Publications 4.75 x 7" (120 x 180 mm) portrait.
Paperback of 204 pages that features walk planning, outdoor safety, the environment, nature and a Coast Path route guide (south to north) enhanced with line-drawn maps. The book is further illustrated with sections of colour photographs.
The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path by Dennis Kelsall
Published by Cicerone 4.75 x 7" (120 x 180 mm) portrait.
246 pages that divide the Pembrokeshire Coast Path into 15 sections (south to north).
Full colour maps and pictures illustrate the detailed text which covers the geology, history, topography, flora and fauna of the route.
Surviving the Iron Age by Peter Firstbrook.
BBC Worldwide Ltd. 7.5 x 10" (195 x 255 mm) portrait.
This book accompanied the BBC 1 series Surviving the Iron Age that was first broadcast in 2001. Charts the progress of 17 volunteers that gave up modern-day luxuries to spend six weeks enduring the lifestyle of Iron Age folk of 300BC. The experiment took place at Castell Henllys Iron Age Fort. This historic site is owned by the Pembrokeshire National Park Authority. Illustrated with colour photographs.
Postage rates for multiple items available on request.
For orders/enquiries by phone contact the National Park Centre, Tenby on 01834 845040, or send cheque payable to Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority' to:
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