Cosheston and its surrounds is well served with footpaths, bridleways and even B.O.A.Ts where you can launch a small water craft and they are generally in good condition.

Pembrokeshire County Council  have released a new interactive map of public rights of way on their website, (screenshot below) to view it click on the map below.

Hover your cursor over a route and the status will pop up, and if you click on the route you will see the individual route number, which is helpful for reporting any comments.

The whole county is covered by 103 maps and Cosheston appears on 4 of them, numbers 92, 93, 100 and 101.  On map 100 the bridleway SP8/3 runs from just past the school and carries down to Point House.  Going off it is footpath SP8/4.  Map 101 covers the village in the top left hand corner; map 92 picks up SP8/4 in the bottom left hand corner taking in Ringley Wells, Home Farm and The Folly.  Map 93, in the bottom left hand corner takes in Four Ashes, Ferry House, Glen Haven (see diversion information below, brought in to effect many years ago) and Upton Farm.

Pembrokeshire Ramblers is a good point of contact for any footpath issues and for anyone wishing to explore the county on foot in amiable company, and see many areas of the county in the company of an experienced leader.  A number of village residents are members.  www.pembrokeshireramblers.org.uk 

Some village walks are available on the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority web site.