Turn a walk into a mission on trails that reveal pilgrims’ paths beside the North Sea, red kite in Hertfordshire, and bronze age Yorkshire

The northern reaches of Pembrokeshire are home to a pair of fascinating locations that take visitors back to Britain’s distant past. Pentre Ifan is a neolithic burial chamber in the shadow of the Preseli Hills. Originally backed by a mound, the chamber’s colossal 5,500-year-old stones now stand exposed, a 16-tonne capstone somehow still balancing on three uprights.

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