Kenfig Nature Reserve Walk – 15/06/19

Spring Walk – Saturday 15 June 11.00am

Thanks to everyone that joined us for our Spring Walk, at Kenfig Nature Reserve, and afterwards for a pint and a snack at The Prince of Wales.

Early rain in Cardiff and Newport gave way to clearer skies and a warmer outing than we anticipated.  Our regular Club group happily welcomed two new members from the Cardiff area, and as usual, all the dogs seemed to appreciate seeing so many other Welshies. The walk was led by Paul Stapleton, whose ‘Favourite Walk’ was featured in our Newsletter, and we all agreed that it is indeed a brilliant place.

Kenfig National Nature Reserve is one of the finest wildlife habitats in Wales and is also one of the last remnants of a huge dune system that once stretched along the coastline of southern Wales from the Ogmore River to the Gower peninsular, the paths wander through dunes to the pebble fringed, sandy beach, which stretches for miles. Beautiful walks that you can spend hours exploring, and amazing wild life.

Also, as you can see, a dog friendly pub at the end of the walk is an added bonus!

Browse through the gallery below to see how everyone – especially the four legged ones – enjoyed the day.

 

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