Gower Coast Path

A long distance walk of 46 miles in South Wales which, as much as possible, follows the spectacular and internationally renowned Gower coastline from Loughor in the north to Mumbles in the south. Maps, statistics and gpx route file for the walk are included.

Google Maps Open Source Maps

Statistics and Files
Start: Loughor
Distance: 46 miles (74 km)
Grid Ref: SS563980
Climbing: 1,678 metres
Walk time: 18-24 hours
Days: 3-5

Ordnance Survey Explorer Map (1:25,000)

Summary: The Gower Coast Path is one of the most interesting and naturally spectacular stretches of coastal walking in Great Britain. The path which skirts around the Gower Peninsula includes visits to beautiful castles, some of the best beaches in Britain, dramatic cliffs, old parish churches, famous caves with prehistoric links, breathtaking promontories and world famous locations such as Worm's Head. From the start in Loughnor the coast path visits Pen-clawdd, Crofty, Llanrhidian, Weobley Castle, Hambury Wood Nature Reserve, Landimore, Llanmadoc, Whiteford National Nature Reserve, Berges Island, Broughton Bay, Burry Holms Island, Worms Head (Rhossili), Gower Coast National Nature Reserve, Port Eynon, Oxwich, Three Cliffs Bay, Pwlldu Head, Caswell Bay and The Mumbles.

Useful Links:
Gower Coast Path Guide and Map
Glamorgan Walks - Gower Coast Path
Long Distance Walkers Association

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