Swansea Ramblers Walk
New Year's Day Wander
Cefn Bryn Circular
1st January 2011
Leader: Tim Gronow
Starting the New year with a walk!
Swansea Ramblers offer a range of walks for most abilities.
Try an easy walk of 2-3 hours or our longer strenuous mountain walks for the experienced walker.
Maybe you'd like to explore walking for the first time with a friendly group of people?
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If you'd like to try a Swansea walk then do come along and find out what the great outdoors is all about.
It won't cost you anything to come along and see if walking is for you.
You'll be very welcome to join us for three free walks.
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Leader: Tim Gronow
Started from the top of Cefn Bryn
Tim heads south over the ridge towards Mill Wood
Wrapped up warm but it's not as cold as some New Year's Day walks
Some new walkers joined us
Tim keeps a leader's eye on his group
Crossing the common
Cefn Bryn Behind us
Slow descent to Mill Wood
Heading for the plantation
Passing Kittle Top
A carved squirrel at the entrance to Mill Wood
The rest of the group descend to the squirrel
Time for a tea break beside the pond
Following the path through the plantation
Emerged from the wood with Cefn Bryn behind
Another catch up to re-group
On way to Berry
Re-grouping at Berry
Heading for Knelston
Claire from Cardiff Ramblers came along to walk in Gower
Nearly in Knelston
About to leave Knelston for Frog Moor
The group sang happy birthday to Peter and gave him a birthday card
Climbing out of Frog Moor to reach Cefn Bryn
Onto Cefn Bryn
Last mile back to the cars
Heading back on a fairly level path
Trig Point near the cars
Back to the King Arthur with some new recruits
King Arthur was very busy so we didn't have a meal this time
Some of us were lucky to get the table beside the open log fire
VIDEO: Selections of video taken during the walk
Duration 02m 01s
All photographs Copyright
Andrew Morgan 2011
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