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Port Enyon

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Dec 2019
10:22pm, 21 Dec 2019
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M62 Santa
Anyone know what it's like for trail running?

Spending 5 days there over Xmas, wondering if I should bring my fell shoes.
Dec 2019
10:40pm, 21 Dec 2019
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oi you
Yes, take fell shoes. I did the Gower Half a few weeks back, so can't honestly say I've seen very much of it, but what I did see, the Wales Coast Path, was great running. It was very muddy (knee deep in places), esp between Horton & Oxwich Point, and I don't suppose it's dried much since then.
Dec 2019
12:07am, 22 Dec 2019
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M62 Santa
Brilliant, thanks for that. I wonder what my family will do on Boxing Day while I'm out all day running ;)
Thanks / diolch for that :)
Dec 2019
2:48am, 22 Dec 2019
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pedroscalls
The Gower has lots of paths and ways to run, but as Oi You says very muddy with all the rain.
Dec 2019
7:34am, 22 Dec 2019
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Marchog
I was on the Gower Half as well. As Oi says the coastal path towards Oxwich was horrendous with deep mud. Going towards Rhosilli was much better though still had some bad patches.

The inland trails and around worms head/ Rhosilli down weren't too bad.
Dec 2019
11:40am, 22 Dec 2019
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M62 Santa
Brill - I don't mind mud :)
Diolch yn fawr / thanks all!

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