Swansea Ramblers Walk
Boxing Day Walk
Bracelet to Caswell
26th December 2021
Leader: Clive Scott
Clive led us on Boxing Day from Bracelet. Despite the forecast for rain, we had a sunny day that could have been mistaken for a summer's day! We ascended to the high cliff path above the coast path. At Langland, another 5 members joined the walk to do just the middle section of the walk.
We stopped for lunch at Caswell then walked into Bishop's Wood. The high path out of the wood led us towards the road. We made our way across Golf Course back to Langland. The 5 members left us there and we continued along the lower coast path to Bracelet.
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Leader Clive Scott
Clive tells us about the walk
Heading towards Mewslade
The view from the high cliff path
The high path is a nice alternative to the coast path
Langland in the distance
Descending from the top path
Boxing Day attracts the hardy bathers
The beach huts at Langland
Regrouping before leaving Langland
Caswell ahead of us
A rainbow appeared
At Caswell we had lunch then turned inland
Walked past the Roundhouse in Bishop's Wood
The high path above Bishop's Wood
A short shower interrupted the sunshine
We returned to Bracelet via the coast path
Ordnance Survey map of the route walked
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Andrew Morgan 2021
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