Category Archive: Walking Wales

Jul 11

Why do people go hiking

Why do people go hiking For those who don’t enjoy walking, or going out in the elements, hiking can seem like a bizarre pastime. They wonder what can possibly be enjoyable about climbing up a rock, or walking in the rain along a country pathway. The main reason hikers hike is obvious. We enjoy it. …

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Feb 17

Oxwich Bay Beach Walk

Just got back from a great walk in the Gower and had to do a quick write up. Oxwich Bay is on the south coast of the Gower and is home to one of Britains best beaches. We stayed at the Oxwich Bay Hotel which is one of the best bases at this time of year …

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Feb 16

Cwm Tydu to New Quay west Wales

Cwm Tydu Beach with path on headland to New Quay

Map: Explorer 198 or pathfinder 988 New Quay and Aberporth Distance 4 miles or 8 miles circular Approximate Time 2.5 [5] hours Description From the smugglers cove of Cwm Tydu to the cafés, pubs and lively harbour of New Quay. [and back inland to complete the circular walk]     Start Cwm Tydu car park …

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Feb 14

Cardiff Bay 10km Circuit

Cardiff Bay Walk

The Cardiff Bay Circuit is the best way to see some of the best parts of Cardiff. Its a really easy walk, all you need is a good outdoor coat as the weather can change quickly on the barrage. If you are starting in Cardiff Bay then you need to head towards the Norwegian Church which in 1868 was donated …

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