This walk is 26km and has 275m of ascent so long but relatively flat and with good paths in the main.

The walk is almost all on public footpaths, just a tiny section of road.

We’ll meet at Llantwit Major and then get the train to Bridgend and follow the Ogwr to the coast and then the Wales coast path back along the dramatic cliffs of the Glamorgan Heritage Coast.

Timings might need to be adjusted to coincide with train times on the day (at time of publishing the timetable for March is not available)

More info
Height Gain : 275m Distance : 26km Time : 6hrs

What to bring
Walking boots
Warm layers and waterproofs essential
Packed lunch

Llantwit Major Railways Station

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