Swansea Ramblers Walk
Southgate to Cefn Bryn Circular
8th January 2011
Leader: John Ashley
Swansea Ramblers enjoyed a cold but sunny winter walk in Gower.
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Leader : John Ashley
Three Cliffs Bay
Three Cliffs and Great Tor
Waves crashing against rocks in the bay
Leaving the coast path for Pennard Castle
Boardwalk protects the path from erosion
Tea at the castle
Nice in the sunshine
Good views too
Walter with Three Cliffs in the background
Could be summer - almost!
Time to leave the view for now
No drawbridge to cross!
Climbing the woods at Parkmill
John waits for the group to catch up
Stopped in Lunnon
Some rams lived up to their names
John marches the troups downhill
Leaving Green Cwm
Climbing Cefn Bryn above Three Cliffs
The Gower Way Plaque on Cefn Bryn
On the return journey
Three cliffs Bay getting closer
One of the best views in Britain
Crossing the stepping stones
At least the tide isn't over the stones this time!
Final leg of the walk
VIDEO: Views of the walk
Ordnance Survey map of the route walked
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Andrew Morgan 2011
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