The map below displays the routes of hill-walks and rambles throughout South West Wales, using Google Maps to upload individual walks and map them collectively, as an overlay.
Each walk is tracked using global-positioning-satellite (GPS) technology, via a smartphone app, while the walks are traversed. Routes can be downloaded and followed using a smartphone. Some walks are also described, with photographs and statistics in my walking blog, Rambling On.
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Note: each route is linked to a car parking location, with GMaps directions available by clicking on location markers.
- Car parking and walk start points may vary from GMaps. Check before you set out.
- Route navigation requires GPS location service.
- Do not rely upon GPS in remote areas.
- Walks typically graded A-C, plus distance in miles:
- A* = technical, scrambling may be required
- A = strenuous: mountainous terrain, steep and rocky ascents
- B = moderate: demanding in places, (potentially boggy) uplands
- C+ = leisurely: some steep or strenuous ascents; boggy stretches
- C = easy: mainly lowland walking, including hills, streams, mud.