The Worm’s Head is a tidal island at the very end of the Gower and is only accessible for a couple of hours either side…
Andy Lamb has been a Brecon Beacons National Park Part Time Warden and BBNP Volunteer and Guided Walks Co-ordinator, Chair of Brecon Beacons Tourism, a D of E and The Princes Trust Co-ordinator in Powys, in RCT and in Merthyr Tydfil and is currently the owner of Wales Outdoors.
NO change of date or credits will be available after June 5th as we need to draw a line under the admin and move forwards with a clear idea of numbers wishing to attend any event so that we may plan and implement safety protocols appropriately.
Starting at Hillend this day long walk will see us walk, with the backpackers who are enjoying two nights of camping, from Hillend campsite along the beach and out towards Worms Head then along the dramatic cliffs towards Port Eynon and back to Overton.
YOU WILL need to book a spot with the campsite in advance of this event. Once you have booked please then RSVP here as spots are limited and we want only definate names down on this event page please 🙂
Starting at Llanmadoc this day long walk will see us walk with the backpackers, who are enjoying two nights of camping, out to Whitford Lighthouse and then along the beach as far as Burry Holms. Here we’ll show you the coastal footpath and send you back to the start point.
The walk is 24 miles in total and so we’ll need to average about 8 miles a day for the duration from Llanmadoc to Oxwich. At the start of the walk we’ll arrange to leave a car or two at Oxwich so we have a shuttle sorted for the end of the walk on Sunday.
Starting at Llanmadoc this day long walk will see us walk through gorgeous pine forest and dunes on the way to Whiteford Lighthouse then following the beach as far as the beach at Llangennith then back via the cliff top path to the start point. This walk is 18km and it is relatively flat with 200m of ascent.