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Swansea Ramblers Walk


Caswell to Swansea

25th August 2015

Leader: Colin Warlow




Despite the rain, wind and gloomy sky that was more like winter than summer, we enjoyed a walk along the Wales Coast Path from Caswell back to Swansea.  We started with a bus journey from the Quadrant then at Caswell Bay, walked the cliffs to Langland, Bracelet and Mumbles.  We stopped at The Junction in Blackpill for lunch then braved the heavy rain along the promenade into the city centre.  If you'd like to try a walk then do come along and find out what all this Swansea Walking in the great outdoors is all about.  It won't cost you anything to come along and see if walking is for you.  If you get the bug and want to walk or stroll regularly then you can also become a member.  Just ask us about the walks and social events we do when you join us for a Swansea Walk.





Photographs of the Walk



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Leader Colin Warlow


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Walking through Langland - Nobody on the beach!


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Windy, cold and wet!


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But a few people braved the weather for a stroll


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Rotherslade next!


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Forecast was for a sunny day!


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Mumbles Lighthouse from Bracelet Bay


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A bit windy here!


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The iconic Big Apple was closed!


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Haven't seen it open for a while


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Descending for a tea stop by the pier.
Too wet for more photos!!






Ordnance Survey map of the route walked
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All photographs Copyright  Andrew Morgan 2015
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