In 36 days I should be starting this long distance trail the starts in Cardiff South Wales and finishes 300 miles later in Conwy North Wales.
I started planning this trek after the tour du mont blanc last summer to take my mind of the post trail depression that always comes after completing an awesome trail.
This was going to be the longest trail I’d undertaken so far, though it does take in a large section of the Beacons Way which is another trail I completed in 2019.
The Cambrian Way takes in some of the last ‘wilderness’ areas in Wales and is know as the mountain connoisseurs walk talking in many of the sought after peaks including pen-y-fan (tallest mountain in the south UK) and Snowdon in the north.
This was going to be an awesome couple of weeks on the trial, exploring some of the remotest parts of Wales while raising money for a charity that does so much good.
As they say, the trail will always be there for another time. Even if the lockdown does end before the start date I’ve not been able to get out and build up the legs like I would have liked. I wouldn’t want to start such a big undertaking with no training. Maybe I’ll be able to get out of do Offas Dyke or the West Highland Way soon instead….