Secret Paths and Walks on the Wild Side

New Walk Added : 

21/11/16      Port Eynon to Rhossili

There are plenty of walks available. Check them out on “This is My Travelogue” and read the ones you are interested in.

Here is a summary of the new walk:

dragon shell 2This section has a glorious unspoilt beauty all along its coastline. High cliffs jutting into the water of the swirling seas. Long Slades/Valleys, lush in vegetation, running down to small hidden coves and magnificent Bays. It has long stretches of moorland or heath, usually inhabited by sheep. However, this walk is not for the faint hearted, because of its undulating and sometimes rough terrain, but is extremely pleasant if you are able. The whole area is steeped in history, from early man to the industrial age. Evidence of their activities is plain to see, in places, or hidden among the cliffs. These areas are for the more adventurous among you. The day we walked this section the weather was unkind at first but eventually the sun shone. The misty views of the cliffs and the dampness of the Slades soon transformed into a veritable feast for the eyes.

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 Now here comes the blurb:

Hover over the headings, then click the required walk etc. You may need to click the 3 line symbol ( ≡ )  to access the drop down menus.

Drop down headings:

The This is my Travelogue will tell you what the site is about and give a summary of all the walks.

The Walks are self explanatory.

The Photo Galleries exhibit the flora and fauna I encountered on each walk. All of which are mentioned in the text of the walks.

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Indicates Wales Coastal Path 

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Indicates other Trails and Nature Reserves

 

 

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