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A weekend walk for Sunday

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Martin Aaron Martin Aaron | 09:30 UK time, Friday, 16 July 2010

Stuck for something to do this weekend?

On Sunday July 18, you can join the National Trust for another guided walk from one of their 9x9x9 walking events.

This particular walk will take in the spectacular scenery along the coast from Port Eynon to Rhossili with plenty of stunning views along the way.

You'll get to learn about the local wildlife you encounter as well as the historical features dotted along this part of the coast.

Head warden, Sian Musgrave led last months walk around Whiteford Burrows:
It's a linear walk of around 11.5km so take lunch and £3 with you.

Families are very welcome but it's worth remembering that some of the paths are quite steep and narrow with the odd stile to hop over along the way.

Meet at 10.30am at Port Eynon car park or meet at 10am at the National Trust shop in Rhossili for a bus to Port Eynon (£1 charge).  The walk will finish at approximately 3pm.

Booking is essential as numbers are limited. For further details or to book your place, contact 01792 390636 or e-mail gower.admin@nationaltrust.org.uk 

Watch a clip about Worm's Head from the BBC Wales' Weatherman Walking series.



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