Brunel Trail

With the “Navigator” unavailable it was a chance to have a bike ride.

My neighbour, Paul suggested the Brunel Trail which runs from Neyland to Haverfordwest and the bikes were loaded up.

 

I had biked the trail before and although it starts in Neyland we started from the Pembrokeshire Adventure Centre at East Llanion which gave us a chance to cycle over the Cleddau Bridge with its extensive views.



After the bridge we cycled down to Neyland and the water front. For future reference, parking is free. In my previous blog about the Brunel Trail I mentioned the theft of the statue of Isambard Kingdom Brunel, but earlier this year it was replaced. I have no idea if it is made of a valuable metal.



Having read the numerous interpretation panels we set off on the route to Haverfordwest. Apart from the last mile or so the trail is traffic free and not near roads. We saw quite s few walkers, cyclists and family groups enjoying this safe route. As you approach Haverfordwest the trail is adjacent to the main road but on a wide shared space.

Lunch was had next to the river before our return back down the trail to the car.

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