Minwear Woodland is the place to go this autumn if you fancy spotting some spectacular members of the fungi kingdom. This is the best time of year to hunt for strange-shaped fungi which, along with the colours of the burnished leaves on the trees, make a fantastic feast for the eyes.
The woodland is situated in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park near the head of the tidal section of the Eastern Cleddau River. The combination of sea water and fresh water provides a varied habitat for wildlife - look out for waterside birds like herons and kingfishers from the picnic area and viewpoint over the estuary.
Walk distance: 1.3 miles, 2.09 kilometres.
Terrain: Suitable for families, no steps. Low level of fitness required. Walking shoes with a good grip recommended. paths can be slippery when wet.
Start and finish: The picnic area to the right of the car park.
Facilities: There is a car park and picnic site.
Dogs: Well behaved dogs are welcome in our woods.
Getting there: Minwear Woods is situated of the A4075, five miles west of Narberth.
Safety: Please ensure you are prepared for all weather conditions and wear suitable clothing and stout footwear for your walk.
Sometimes we need to close or divert trails for your safety whilst we undertake maintenance work or forest operations.
Please always follow any instructions on site and make sure you follow any temporary diversion signs in place.
This walk is supplied by Natural Resources Wales. It is subject to ViewRanger copyright terms and conditions.
It can be found on the Natural Resources Wales website along with other walks in their woods and national nature reserves.
Use the family of Countryside Codes to help you prepare and enjoy safe visits to the countryside.
Please check our webpage for any change or updates to these routes.
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