Years ago my parents used to take a magazine called Country Walking, which is still going strong, as a companion and guide to the walks they did all over Britain. I am currently having a massive sort-out and today went through a large number of leaflets and walks, keeping some and disposing of others, always a horrible job. This walk, torn out of the January 2004 issue of Country Walking looks excellent. The introduction says that in 1993 local ramblers launched and won a campaign to save the route, known as Bryncrug Six, as a public right of way. This is the victory referred to at the top of the article. I have checked on the OL23 Ordnance Survey map, and the paths are all marked on it. You can either head out by the Tal y Llyn railway, or park in Bryncrug, from where the walk starts. Although I haven’t tried all of it yet, being somewhat obsessed with hillforts at the moment, I’ve walked the section between 6 and 7, which is excellent. The untidy blue and purple annotations are mine, for my own use, as I found the black and white a bit of a jumble, making it a bit difficult to distinguish roads from streams.