Foel Cwmcerwyn stands at 536 m (1,759 ft) high and is the highest point in the county of Pembrokeshire. It sits inside the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Officials established this park in 1952 because of its spectacular coastline of rugged cliffs and sandy beaches.
The hilltop sits roughly 10 km from the coast, above the small village of Rosebush, along the B4313. Here, a path to the summit can be found. A trig point is situated at the top of the hill and a number of cairns are scattered around the summit area.
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|536 m (1,759 ft)
|SN 0939 3115
|OL35: North Pembrokeshire