Swansea Ramblers Walk
A walk in the Llangennith area
25th August 2013
Leader: Enid Owen
Enid took us on a ten mile walk from Cwm Ivy. We climbed Llanmadoc Hill, descended into Llangennith then it was up Rhossili Down, over to Hillend and out to Burry Holms.
We returned to Cwm Ivy via Broughton. Another great Gower Walk on a fine day with Swansea Ramblers.
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Leader: Enid Owen
Walking through Llanmadoc
Whiteford Lighthouse in distance
Great views from Llanmadoc Hill
Sid was a regular walks leader
New National Trust Centre
Worms Head across the bay
Heather in flower
Trig Point and a lunch stop
Birds of prey
He came flying by
Descending to Llangennith
Onto Rhossili Bay at Hillend
Burry Holms in distance
Tea break overlooking the island
Receding tide is an opportunity to explore the rock pools
Off we go on the Wales Coast Path
End of Llanmadoc Hill near Broughton
Nearly back but no hurry on such a lovely day
Ordnance Survey map of the route walked
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Andrew Morgan 2013
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