Duke of Edinburgh's Award - Pedometer Challenge

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Ramblers Cymru have teamed up with the Duke of Edinburgh's Award (DofE) to create the Wales Coast Path Pedometer Challenge – and provide you with an opportunity to fulfill the physical section of your award.

Get walking more often, anywhere and everywhere, using a pedometer or walking app to track your steps. Then record your progress against the distance of the Wales Coast Path. Pick one section or aim for the whole 870 miles!

You can complete your challenge as an individual or as part of a group.

Download the Pedometer Challenge Information Sheet below to get started. Then choose one of the sheets that follow to record your daily steps. If you have any questions email cerddwyr@ramblers.org.uk.

Though we designed the challenge with DofE award in mind, the resources are free for anyone to use.

Pedometer Challenge Information Sheet

Here you will find all the information you need to get started on your DofE pedometer challenge

Group challenge  (1.2 MB)

Challenge your group to step around the Wales Coast Path. Use this A3 poster to record the amount of steps your group takes each week. If you are unable to print this in A3 you can request a copy by e-mailing Cerddwyr@ramblers.org.uk

Challenge yourself  (389.3 KB)

Set your own personal challenge. Improve on the amount of steps you take each week and aim to reach your goal.

Anglesey Coast Path  (955.3 KB)

Choose Anglesey 264,000 steps, one of eight sections of the Wales coast path. Improve on the amount of steps you take each week and aim to complete your chosen section.

Carmarthenshire  (685.8 KB)

Choose Carmarthenshire 136,000 steps, one of eight sections of the Wales coast path. Improve on the amount of steps you take each week and aim to complete your chosen section.

Ceredigion  (690.5 KB)

Choose Ceredigion 144,000 steps, one of eight sections of the Wales coast path. Improve on the amount of steps you take each week and aim to complete your chosen section.

Menai, Llyn , Meirionnydd  (691.4 KB)

Choose Menai, Llyn , Meirionnydd 378,000 steps, one of eight sections of the Wales coast path. Improve on the amount of steps you take each week and aim to complete your chosen section.

North Wales  (599.8 KB)

Choose North Wales 136,000 steps, one of eight sections of the Wales coast path. Improve on the amount of steps you take each week and aim to complete your chosen section.

Pembrokeshire  (881.8 KB)

Choose Pembrokeshire 360,000 steps, one of eight sections of the Wales coast path. Improve on the amount of steps you take each week and aim to complete your chosen section.

South Wales  (685.8 KB)

Choose South Wales 194,000 steps, one of eight sections of the Wales coast path. Improve on the amount of steps you take each week and aim to complete your chosen section.

Swansea and the Gower  (683.2 KB)

Choose Swansea and the Gower 142,000 steps, one of eight sections of the Wales coast path. Improve on the amount of steps you take each week and aim to complete your chosen section.

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