Swansea Ramblers Walk
18th May 2013
Leader: Mike Clarke
An easy four mile walk with stunning views over the Swansea Valley. From the mountain you can see north to the Beacons and south to the sea over Swansea and Port Talbot.
This was one of the weekly gentle and enjoyable Saturday walks for people who want to explore the outdoors without feeling they are on a route march!
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?
- Come with Swansea Ramblers!
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.
If you enjoy walking with us and want to come on even more of our walks, just become a member.
When you join us for a Swansea Walk, ask us about the other walks and social events we do.
Leader: Mike Clarke
On the gentle mountainside heading south
DVLA building forms a landmark
Looking down the Swansea Valley to the City
The Meridian Tower on the seafront forms another landmark
and Kilvey Hill is to the left
Swansea from a different perspective
Lynne points out some of the places to be seen
Pretty flowers out in May
Anyone know what it's called?
Come out on a walk and tell us
Earth churned up by vehicle
Gorse has been burnt
Heading for the top
Roger leaves Swansea behind for the beauty of the countryside
Lunch stop at the top with great views
Port Talbot in the distance
Mond Factory in Clydach
Time to descend back to the start!
Ordnance Survey map of the route walked
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Green Swansea Ramblers logo markers where present can be clicked to provide more information
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C. Rimmer 2013
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