People with disabilities will be able to get closer to some of the most stunning scenery in mid-Wales after Forestry Commission Wales upgraded some of its facilities in Hafren forest, near Llanidloes.
The Commission is investing £43,000 into the forest trails, including the all-ability facilities, which will make the forest more accessible to everybody.
The half-mile long Cascades Trail, which takes visitors along the River Severn to picturesque cascades, has 100m of boardwalk which will be fitted with a new anti-slip surface.
The trail, which was designed in partnership with local disabled associations, is easy to follow with resting places and a raised platform, allowing people to sit and take in the view.
The forest trails can be accessed via the Rhydybenwch picnic site, which is six miles west of Llanidloes. It can also be reached from the northern end of Llyn Clywedog on minor roads.