Walkers are spoilt for choice in Swansea and Gower, there is everything from smooth promenades and parkland for an easy stroll to more strenuous hikes over beaches and moorland. The public rights of way network is an extensive 268 miles (431km) on Gower alone, with many more throughout the rest of the Swansea Bay area. There are numerous walks to suit all abilities and fitness levels – one to aim for is the impressive 35 mile Gower Way. With all the benefits of walking there is no excuse not to get out and enjoy the fresh air and scenery around us. Find out all you need to know about getting healthy through walking with an instructor-led walk, tried and tested walking routes that you can give a go, or joining one of the dedicated walking groups in the Swansea Bay area.
To receive your walking cards today please contact Wendy Anderson, Walks Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org
Here is a great link to the National Trust Gower walks. https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/rhossili-and-south-gower-coast/lists/top-walks-on-gower
Swansea and the Gower are part of Welsh National Coastal Path. This stretch of the Path is an area of contrasts – from the busy seaside city of Swansea to the stunning coastline of the Gower Peninsula with its award winning golden beaches. The area is home to 10 nature reserves, 24 Wildlife Trust reserves, 32 Sites of Special Scientific Interest and five Special Areas of Conservation. http://www.walescoastpath.gov.uk/explore-by-area/gower-swansea-bay/?lang=en