Walk one of the Ramblers’ Association’s ‘Top 10 Coastal Walking Routes’. A scenic, circular walk at the western edge of the Gower Peninsula, chosen by the Ramblers’ Association as one of their ‘Top 10 Coastal Walking Routes’.
Walk grade: Easy.
Route type: Circular.
Suitable for: All.
Terrain: The walk covers grassy paths, clifftops, field paths and lanes.
Start: Rhossili car park (private parking fee).
Finish: Rhossili car park.
Distance Covered: About 3 miles (4.8km).
Average time: 2-3 hours.
Public Transport: Yes.
Car parking: At Rhossili (private fee).
Refreshments: At the Worm’s Head Hotel just across the car park, and at shop at the top of the car park.
Public toilets: At the bottom of the car park.
Be prepared: Strong shoes or boots and waterproof clothing are advisable.
If you intend to venture out onto the Worm itself, carefully read the notices posted in both the National Trust Visitor Centre and Shop window and the old coastguard lookout hut. These give advice about both tide times and areas best avoided during the bird nesting season. Be sure to contact the coastguard before you embark too.
The above information is an extract from: Circular Walks in Gower by Nick Jenkins.