Walking in Glamorgan, South Wales. Guided walks, routes &
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Walking in Glamorgan
Whether you live in or close to the old county of Glamorgan or are visiting the area and fancy a walk, this site should give you some help.
Hills up to 2,000 ft, dramatic coastline with some of the best beaches in Britain, forests, waterfalls, castles, old churches, abbeys, country parks, nature reserves. You'll see all of them on the walks.
What's on the site?
Whats New: Always check here to see the latest new walks, information or snippets from other walkers. Also weather forecasts and tide times.
Walk Routes: Walking routes from all over Glamorgan from 1 to 30 miles with detailed descriptions, route diagrams and local information. Each route includes several photos taken on the walk.
Guided Walks: If you prefer guided walks check here for programmes of various walking organisations which are open to all.
Challenge Walks: These are self-guided but organised walks, usually with checkpoints and often award certificates or badges. Includes challenge walks throughout South-East Wales.
Publications: Leaflets, books, magazines, videos on walking in Glamorgan plus books of local interest. Also online map information.
Parks: The many public parks and Nature reserves in Glamorgan. Several of the walk routes start from or go through them.
Treegazing: Walks led by Tony Titchen looking at trees.
Walking Festivals: Guided walks offered with local walking festivals
Links: Links to other walking or local interest groups.
Left, a stone stile on the coast passed on the Llantwit Major walk. Right, ruined windmill.
If you find broken links, encounter problems on the routes or have any suggestions you can contact me by clicking on the icon below.
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