The Cambrian Way takes walkers from Cardiff in the south to Conwy in the north
Fifty years ago walker Tony Drake drew up a route that would take hikers right the way through Wales from north to south. In 2012, when Tony passed away, he gave money to walking organisation The Ramblers to finish the job he'd started.
Now the Cambrian Way has not only been officially recognised, but there's also been a guidebook written about the 280-mile journey.
It's a tough route, often mountainous, incorporating both the Brecon Beacons and Snowdonia national parks, and involves climbing the equivalent of Mount Everest two-and-a-half times.
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