Since I went to the doctor the other day with a dodgy knee and was diagnosed as being unfit, I have decided to start walking again. This is good as I can fit it in with an old hobby and a new one too, by going geocaching and by improving my landscape photography.
Having had a potter around the interwebs, there don’t seem to be many resources for walking routes in the Gower. Since it’s currently on my doorstep, I thought I’d generate a few maps using the open street map, walk them and then publish them for others to use. Initially these are only going to be short walking routes, but I’m hoping to do a couple of long ones over the easter holidays, and maybe do one or two in Berkshire as well.
While on these walks I can take a few photos and go find a few geocaches. My first walk is going to take me from Mumbles Head to Langland Bay along the cliff tops, there’s three caches on the route, and hopefully the weather will be good for some nice piccies. I’ll attempt to use these to illustrate the walks and make them look nice Might need to raid the local library for some history snippets too.
It’s all getting a bit exciting!