The Heart of Wales Line Trail is celebrating its fifth anniversary by inviting people to join them on a series of free walks.

The trail was founded on July 4, 2017, with its half-decade celebration happening this summer, as the organisation is going on walks in each of the trail’s four counties.

A spokesperson from the trail said: “This is a great opportunity to experience and hear about the trail while being led by Steering Group members and a walk leader.

“These walks are free to attend, however booking is essential as there are limited spaces available.

“At least a week before the event, those booked on will receive full details of the walk, including meeting points and what you need to bring.

“You will also be asked to complete a health questionnaire and consent form.”

The four walks occurring to celebrate are:

  • Monday, July 4 – Broome to Craven Arms (8.5km)
  • Tuesday, July 5 – Pen-y-bont to Llandrindod Wells (12km)
  • Wednesday, July 6 – Cynghordy to Llandovery (11km)
  • Thursday, July 7 - Pantyffynnon to Pontarddulais (12km)

South Wales Guardian: A group enjoying a walk on the Heart of Wales Line TrailA group enjoying a walk on the Heart of Wales Line Trail