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Like to take this wal to distress myself. Nice and quiet,but occasional meeet cyclistYou have the canals and then the river and the bridge at the water works is spectacular to watch. The farmland area can be tricky to cross ,but have been many times...More
Really lovely walk. Took the dogs, had to carry them over some stiles which wouldn't of been too bad if they were small!
Signs for the walk needs a lot of improving in certain areas and there is in bridge which has practically fallen apart.....More
We did the walk yesterday - great start along a pretty riverbank along with dog walkers then out in he countryside things changed. Quite muddy and overgrown but at least for first 5 miles well signposted then ........ nothing - either well hidden or non...More
A lovely, usually quiet, wooded valley, following the old course of tramways built when coal was mined here. The first section is well drained and laid with gravel with a couple of sandy 'beaches' if you want your dog to go in the river. After...More
Lovely walk with or without your dog, can be a little problematic with the inconsiderate dog owners who think poo bags should hang on trees, nasty. But don't let that put you off, enjoy the views and birds it's great.
I was told about this walk by a colleague. It's a pretty good workout especially when you get lost as many times as I did. Partially because of the difficulty in finding the next sign in peak summer and partially because I took a detour...More
Nice little walk that's been improved much over the past few years. Could still do with a better signage and can be a bit muddy so best to be prepared with good footwear and a walk map to keep you on course. The first section...More
That day I have no idea what to do. I decided to walk from swansea marina to the mumbles. Once I stopped to take some pictures I saw a tiny road which all the bikes passing through it. I walked to there and then I...More