Swansea Ramblers Walk
Langland Open Garden Visit
And a 3-mile Saturday walk
16th July 2022
Leader: Gerti Axtmann
Swansea Ramblers visited a local garden open under the National Open Gardens Scheme. It was a beautiful sunny day to see the flowers. We had coffee and cake in the garden, relaxing in the sunshine.
After the garden visit, Gerti led us on a 3-mile walk, passing over Mumbles Hill Nature Reserve then heading along the coast where we saw lots of basking seals. We made our way inland to return to the garden. The sun shone for the whole day, making it a magical experience.
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.
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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 Gerti Axtmann
This was a lovely and well-loved garden
With which we also fell in love!
We had a wander around to see the flowers
A day for relaxing in a beautiful oasis
And some even found a shady seat!
Coffee and cakes were well appreciated
An idyllic day to sit outside
We thoroughly enjoyed the visit
And others had their chance on the swing
Afterwards we set off for Mumbles Hill
Then descended to Bracelet
With views of the Lifeboat Station
Crossing Bracelet Car Park
Lots of seals basking in the warm sunshine
Leaving the coast path
Making our way inland
And back to the garden
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Andrew Morgan 2022
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