New routes

Over the last nine months I’ve been working with Ceredigion’s ‘Paths for People’ project to survey routes in the county and put together guidebook. I’ve been waiting for a sunny autumn day to do the last walk (and photos) and, finally, it turned up today. It’s been a great job as the  paths chosen by the council’s rights of way people are mostly in out of the way locations; in many cases, in places that I thought I knew well, but didn’t. I do now, and hopefully our guidebook will help lots of other people to discover them too.

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