Welsh skies dazzle in new 'astro-tourism' trail
A 50-mile route through Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion and Powys is set to show of the Welsh skies.
The new "astro-tourism" trail in the Cambrian mountains has been opened after six new locations were awarded dark sky discovery status.
Dark sky discovery sites are a network of places that provide clear views and are accessible to everyone.
The Cambrian Futures project manager Dafydd Wyn Morgan said views on the trail include the Milky Way, meteor showers and the International Space Station when it passes over.