Wales Coast Path keeps hikers close to the edge ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Kari Bodnarchuck for the Boston Globe Visitors to the Wales Coast Path can try coasteering, a sport that combines cliff jumping, caving, and scrambling around rocks. Kari Bodnarchuk for the Boston Globe One way to traverse the coastline at St. David is to jump in. Kari Bodnarchuck for the Boston Globe Adventure-seekers geared up in wetsuits, neoprene socks, helmets, and lifejackets. Kari Bodnarchuck for the Boston Globe About 60 miles of the national walkway runs along the ocean in the Ceredigion region. Kari Bodnarchuck for the Boston Globe Hikers on the new Wales Coast Path passed grazing sheep and walked alongside working farmland. Kari Bodnarchuck for the Boston Globe The trail passed the caves of an old copper mine, fanned out in a boulder-strewn field, included a few rocky scrambles, and crossed a pebbly beach. Kari Bodnarchuck for the Boston Globe The distance between trailheads averages less than 10 miles, making the path accessible to hikers of various abilities.