This short circular walk climbs the spectacular Garn Fawr viewpoint on the Pembrokeshire Coast. There is a parking area just opposite a grassy path which leads to the high point and an OS trig point. A little scramble is required to climb to the 213m (699 feet) summit where there are wonderful views over the surrounding coast and countryside. The Pen Caer peninsula and the lighthouse at Strumble Head are clearly visible. The area is also the site of a very fine 2,500 year old Iron Age Fort. It is still possible to make out much of the layout of its ramparts.
If you'd like to continue your walking in the area then you could head north along the Pembrokeshire Coast Path to the nearby Strumble Head where you can look out for porpoises and seals.