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Countryside walks

We have a number of promoted walking routes, you can download leaflets showing the walks from this page or contact us on countrysideaccess@swansea.gov.uk if you would like us to send you a copy.
 

The All Wales Coast Path - Swansea Bay and Gower section
The Swansea Bay and Gower section of the Wales coast path extends from Swansea Port and the SA1 Waterfront in the east around the beautiful Gower peninsular to Loughor in the west. The map in this leaflet shows all the rights of way in Gower. (Correct at the time of printing March 2014)

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Gower Coast Walks - Llanrhidian to Cheriton
Pleasant walks through the gentle countryside of north Gower using a section of the Gower Coast Path between Llanrhidian and Cheriton.

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Gower Coast Walks - Oxwich Point
A stunning walk around one of Gower's most beautiful and dramatic headlands; through beautiful woodland and across open cliffs using a section of the Gower Coast Path.

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Gower Coast Walks - Llanmadoc Circular
A stunning walk through an Iron Age hill fort, across open commons, along sandy dune paths and through the village of Llanmadoc.

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Gower Coast Walks - Llanmorlais Circular
An enjoyable walk through a varied landscape of fields, hills and woodland.

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Gower Coast Walks - Bishopston Valley and Pwll Du Bay.
Using this leaflet, all walkers from the experienced to the beginner can find routes to suit them through Bishopston Valley and on to the Coast path at Pwll Du Bay

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Gower Coast Walks - Gowerton, Three Crosses and Dunvant
A picturesque walk through fields and woodland, starting and finishing close to the Gower Coast Path in the village of Gowerton with links to the villages of Three Crosses and Dunvant.

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Cwmcerdinen walk
This three and a half mile circular walk which gives spectacular views towards Gower and the Brecon Beacons is in one of Swansea's most unspoilt rural landscapes.

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Cwm Clydach walk
This nine mile circular walk travels alongside the Lower Clydach River through peaceful woodland, onto unspoilt common land with spectacular views towards the Brecon Beacons.

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Graig Fawr walk
This seven and a half mile circular walk begins and ends at Pontardulais railway station, passing through the town of Pontardulais and then across beautiful unspoilt common land with stunning views across the Loughor Estuary.

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Cwm Ysgiach walk
This seven mile circular walk starts at the Lliw Reservoir cafe and leads you through Felindre village, site of an ancient murder victims grave and across open moorland with stunnig views over the Loughor Estuary and North Gower.

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'Walking by Bus'
Each of these walks can be reached by bus and are from 1¼ to 3 miles long.

Presently there are 5 walks, with 1 more planned in Dunvant.  The walks have been set out to be as easy to use as possible and are marked with distinctive waymarks.

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Llanrhidian Higher
This leaflet was produced by Llanrhidian Higher Community Council and the Countryside Access Team and shows 3 walks in the Penclawdd/Crofty/Three Crosses area.

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