Swansea Valley Wildlife Walk

Pontardawe SA8 4EG, United Kingdom

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01639 686868

The Swansea Valley Wildlife Walk is a circular, easy walk taking in

a variety of habitats; the woodland of Coed Cwm Tawe, the

River Tawe and the Swansea Canal including the Local

Nature Reserve section at Cilmaengwyn.

 

Please wear appropriate clothing and boots as the route can get muddy.

 

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  1. DavidHunt
    DavidHunt

    Nice circular walk along a canal and river, took about 2 hours, liked the cascades by the cycle and the old buildings

    April 5, 2016 at 3:16 pm Reply

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