Sunday, 1 March 2020 (Group: Tawe Trekkers)
Start time 9:00
12 miles / 19.3 km
Fan Nedd from Penwyllt.
Sunday, 8 March 2020 (Group: Tawe Trekkers)
Meeting time 9:00,
Start time 10:00
13 miles / 20.9 km
(Estimated finish time: 16:30)
A long and varied walk around the estuaries of the rivers Towy & Taf. Given good weather the scenery is outstanding over the rolling green Carmarthenshire farm land & the estuaries. The Pembrokeshire Coast, Cauldey Island, as well as Tywyn Point, the Western end of Cefn Sidan, the Gower & Worms head are also visible. There are also a few historical points of interest. Waterproofs, warm clothing are considered essential. Note the leader reccied the route twice in January & February in blazzing sunshine, so bring a wide brimmed hat & a sun cream just in case.
Sunday, 15 March 2020 (Group: Tawe Trekkers)
Start time 10:00
7.5 miles / 12.1 km
(Estimated finish time: 15:30)
This is a lovely, pretty walk providing the enchanting mix of scenic valley and woodland, interesting riverside old gunpowder works, hilltop views and the magical waterfalls of Sgwd Yr Eira - which we can walk under!A varied winter ramble in a beautiful area of the Beacons.Moderate as there are a few gradual uphill & downhill climbs.
Sunday, 22 March 2020 (Group: Tawe Trekkers)
7 miles / 11.3 km
Starting from Cwm Ivy we follow the Wales coast path anticlockwise firstly through Whiteford Burrows to Whiteford point and at low tide should be able to get up close to Whiteford Lighthouse, which is believed to be the last remaining cast iron lighthouse in the British Isles. We return along Whiteford Sands taking a stop for lunch in the shelter of the dunes before returning back to Cwm Ivy. This walk is very exposed, please be prepared with correct gear for the forecast. On the recce sections of the path were extremely waterlogged. Good boots and gaiters recommended.
Sunday, 29 March 2020 (Group: Tawe Trekkers)
Meeting time 10:00,
Start time 10:30
A riverside and woodland walk through the country park, followed by crossing farmland to Blackmill and returning alongside the Ogmore river. Lots of variety and good views. There will be a climb over a gate (with the land owners permission), as a short section of the public right of way is inaccessible. For this reason, and the large amount of livestock encountered, this walk is not suitable for dogs.
Sunday, 5 April 2020 (Group: Tawe Trekkers)
10 miles / 16.1 km
Town, coast and country.
Please be prepared to walk along muddy paths and a very rocky beach (not suitable for dogs unless you know otherwise).