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Get on your bike with great cycling routes in Swansea, part of the National Cycle Network (routes 4 and 43) and the Celtic Trail West.

There are a number of family-friendly cycle routes as well as more challenging mountain bike tracks in and around Swansea and Gower. 

Love exploring on two wheels? Swansea Bay is even more beautiful by bike. 

Swansea Bay cycle maps

You can view the Swansea Bay cycle map online:

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Or you can download a copy of the map:

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What is Swansea Bayways?

In line with the Welsh Government's Active Travel (Wales) Act 2013, Swansea Council has committed to providing and promoting active travel routes across the City and County of Swansea. This means that more of us can easily and safely commute by foot and bicycle.

Swansea Council has been investing in the Swansea Bayways Walk Cycle Network with over 118km of high quality walking and cycling routes and infrastructure. More routes are being added all the time to allow more and more people to get involved!

We hope to inspire you to give the network a try for your everyday journeys. Perhaps walking or cycling will soon become your preferred way of getting to work and getting around - even if it's just a few times a week, together we can make a huge difference!

Find out more at http://swanseabayways.co.uk/  

Report a problem with a cycle path

Report a cycle path problem such as rubbish, pot holes or overgrowth.

Emergency faults can be reported on 01792 843330 at any time, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Upper Bank Cycle Route

The Upper Bank Cycle Route provides a shared surface, traffic-free, cycle and pedestrian link from Jersey Road, Llansamlet to Nantong Way.

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