Close to home

I’m busy at the moment walking Ceredigion’s ups and downs for a guidebook, which will be published this time next year by Pocket Mountains. Ceredigion isn’t home, but it’s close to it – the border’s about a mile from where I live.

It feels very familiar, but having to come up with 40 routes means I’m having to go to some great places that are new to me – and my Olympus. Like this, it’s the harbour breakwater at Aberystwyth.

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