Section length: 3.3 miles Time: 1 hour 30 minutes Level of Difficulty: Moderate
This section starts with a fairly steep climb up to Cefn Bryn, but is then all along the level or downhill. The lower slopes of Cefn Bryn can be muddy, so waterproof footwear is strongly recommended.
The final 50 yards of this section are along the side of the busy South Gower Road (A4118), so please take care walking along the road, particularly with children. If you wish to avoid this, do not take the path down to Nicholaston at Gower Way marker stone 11, but instead continue along the broad path to reach Penmaen.
Starting point: Grid Reference SS479900 Postcode SA3 1AA
Map and Directions: Click HERE
Transport: For up-to-date information on relevant bus routes, visit https://swanseabaywithoutacar.co.uk/downloads-timetables/
Most of the Gower routes are operated by New Adventure Travel. Route 14 for Bishopston and Pennard is jointly operated by New Adventure Travel and First Cymru.
Parking: Reynoldston has on street parking outside the churchyard and also around the corner of the churchyard. At Nicholaston, there is a very small car park with some additional space in a lay-by to the west of the church and also in a small area to the east on the opposite side of the road.
Possible Refreshment Opportunity:
The King Arthur, on the Upper Green in Reynoldston, serves food, but there are no facilities at Nicholaston.
Churches: For information about St George’s, Reynoldston click HERE or about St Nicholas, Nicholaston click HERE
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