Coed Morgannwg Way


  1. Name Coed Morgannwg Way
  2. Distance de sentier 58 km, 36 milles
  3. Durée en jours 3 jours
  4. Classement Traildino MW, Marche modérée, sentier de randonnée
  5. Classement Traversée de montagne T1, Randonnée

Coed Morgannwg Way, Cymmer Abbey

36 miles, 58 km, 3 days

This rugged trail in South Wales follows old Celtic roads and passes even older settlements from the Bronze Age and Iron Age. You will also come across remains from the industrial era. The path is a mixture of open land and forest tracks. The name Coed Morgannwg refers to the forests of Margam, Cymmer and Rheola. A pretty tough hike.


Evaluation 6.0 | 1 vote | No 43. en Royaume-Uni
  • John P Novembre 2016
  • Evaluation 6
  • Positive This trail goes through a relatively remote part of South Wales with lots of trees and moorland. There are views off the escarpment by Craig y Llyn and down wooded valleys. Coffee and cake is available from a number of cafes on route. Margam castle and abbey is a great place to end, and there are some places of historic interest on the way.
  • Negative Waymarking and maintenance is very poor, mountain bike trails have taken precedence. The route marked on the map is blocked or inaccurate in a number of places. Accommodation options do exist but are limited. Transport options at the end of the walk are limited.
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Coed Morgannwg Way


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  • South Wales Valleys Walking
  • Walking in the South Wales Valleys guide from Cicerone Press with 30 day walks and two multi-stage routes suitable for a leisurely weekend, all highlighted on extracts from the Ordnance Survey Landranger series.Recommended walks are grouped into five chapters: the valleys, western ridges, eastern ridges, coast and vale, and history and... Lire la suite
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  • Walking in the South Wales Valleys
  • A walking guidebook with 32 day routes and 2 weekend backpacking routes (the Coed Morgannwg Way and Glamorgan Ridgeway) across the valleys, ridges and coast of South Wales. This now-green landscape has superb walking opportunities in an easily accessible area. Packed with Roman, Celtic and other historical interest. Lire la suite
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  1. Annuler
  • Gareth Davies 2012-05-11 14:59:01
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  • How many miles would it be to take the trail but start at Dare Valley Country Park and finish at Margam Park?
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