Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
21 April 1926 to 8 September 2022
Making your journey along the 870-mile / 1,400-km long distance route is the best way to explore and learn about the rich, diverse and working Welsh coastline in all its glory.
2022 is a special year for us. We’ve got a few things planned throughout the whole year for everyone to be able to join in, across the length and breadth of the country.
Look out on our website and our social channels, @walescoastpath for news and updates and how to join the fun.
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We look forwarding to celebrating our 10th anniversary with you all - see you in 2022!
We’ve created the following resources designed to commemorate our special year.
They will give you a flavour of why the path is special and unique and some practical resources for use in your marketing and communications to help mark our 10th anniversary and to further increase the path’s profile. If you have any questions, please Contact Us
Download our 10th anniversary assets - logos and asset guide (from the Visit Wales Assets website, registration required).
An assets guide on how to use the 10th anniversary assets in marketing and communications and shows what the primary and secondary logos look like and their use alongside other brands. 10th anniversary logos are downloadable for marketing and communications during 2022.
There is a variety of logos suitable for different layouts, in our brand colours and black and white, please use them according to your needs. They are available in JPEG, EPS and PPDF formats.
This pack has information about the path with interesting facts and figures and what's new for 2022 - designed for journalists, writers and influencers who want to share content about the path.
Download our business toolkit (PDF 5.14MB)
An online resource giving ideas to businesses on or near the path to make the most of it’s pulling power in their own promotion. It is updated with 10th anniversary material and further information.
Using the path as a basis for learning and skills.