The Welsh Wildlife Centre near Cardigan provides the basecamp for this short, but hilly exploration of the Pembrokeshire countryside. It starts by following the banks of the Afon Teifi as it rushes through a steep sided gorge. The narrow path climbs and drops many times before eventually settling for a high line way above the river. The return leg lacks the drama of the outward mission, but the broadleaved woodland is just as pleasant, and there are some great views over the Teifi Marshes as you return to the centre.
Plan your route from page 14 of our magazine.