Exploring Gower This spring, we went in search of the world’s ninth-best beach.
We found it, too. Read about our trip across Gower’s hills and beaches on the blog. Prize draw For our July to September prize draw, we’ve teamed up with Ordnance Survey who have provided a fantastic prize. One lucky winner will win a custom-made OS map, a 12-month subscription to their online... Read full article
Including an OS Custom Made map centred on your location of choice, a 12-month subscription to OS getamap online mapping and an exclusive OS rucksack
Each quarter we enter everyone who submits a car-free walk to our website into a prize draw to win some goodies. For the July to September 2014 prize draw we are delighted to be working with Ordnance Survey. Ordnance Survey is Britain’s national mapping agency and creates the definitive maps for walkers, cyclists, runners and everyone who loves the outdoors. With maps available on paper, online... Read more on how to win
Tim and Patrik head to Gower in search of the world's ninth-best beach
A hill that fails to top 200m barely counts as a day out; you could probably squeeze it in before breakfast. But stitch three of them together and it looks like more of a challenge. Throw in some sand dunes and one of the world’s top ten beaches and you have the ingredients for a mini classic. Cefn Bryn, Llanmadoc Hill and Rhossili Down are the highest points on Gower, the peninsular that sticks... Read full blog entry