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Moderate walks

Grade 2 rated walks, for a more experienced walker

Brynmill walk
Brynmill Park is a Victorian Grade 2 listed Park and is one of the oldest Parks in Swansea. In 2006 the Heritage Lottery funded the restoration of Brynmill Park, a highlight of which is the Discovery Centre. This centre provides people the opportunity to explore the parks history and wildlife. The focal point of the park is its lake that hosts a rich variety of wildlife. The walk will also incorporate Singleton Park and will take 1 hour with some inclines.
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Clyne Gardens walk
This specialist park is truly magnificent, blooming with rare species, national collections and famous annual displays. During May the gardens celebrate Clyne in Bloom where there are lots of events and activities for visitors of all ages. Clyne Gardens is internationally famous for its displays of rhododendrons and azaleas which are at their most spectacular in May.
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Hafod walk
Hafod is an area that has just benefited from a £10 million injection as part of a renewal project to restore some of the houses and amenities in the area. This walk allows you to witness some of these developments that have stretched over a 10 year period and was completed in 2011. A gentle walk to be enjoyed with some minor inclines.
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Mayhill walk
Everyone knows about the benefits of walking in the countryside or along the coast but if you can't access these parts of the county then this short urban walk could prove the ideal solution. This is a more challenging walk with a steep incline on the route, however you will be rewarded with spectacular views of the city and docklands area.
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Penlan walk
A slightly challenging uphill urban walk that gives you a real sense of community, as you pass by the local school, library, place of worship and leisure centre.
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Rhossili Cliffs walk
Rhossili is the most Western point of the Gower Peninsula and a village steeped in history dating as far back as the Bronze Age. The walk allows you to experience why Rhossili is widely regarded as the most picturesque and photographed part of the Gower, with breathtaking views of Rhossili Bay and the iconic landmark Worms Head.
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Singleton Park walk
Singleton Park is the largest urban park in Swansea, located in Sketty. The park has a Botanical Garden which is located in the centre of the park. The Gardens contain fine specimens of rare and exotic plants from around the World and has four temperate glass houses. This walk leads you through the Botanical Gardens so why not stop on route to visit the glass houses? Entrance is free.
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Townhill walk
This walk allows you to experience one of the finest panoramic views of Swansea Bay from one of the highest points in the city. A reasonably challenging walk with some gradual inclines and a rest point on the route.
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Discover Swansea trail
Discover Swansea's cultural side by following the trail around the city's galleries, museums, libraries and archives.
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