On this week's Coast & Country it's all about summer journeys

On this week's episode of Coast & Country we take you on some of our favourite summer journeys.

Sion climbs aboard the Copper Jack. It's a boat which takes children with special needs and the elderly down the river Tawe to learn about Swansea's rich industrial heritage.

The boat sails past 'copperopolis' the former copper site which used to export all over the world during the industrial revolution. It also reaches the Liberty Stadium: home to the Swans.

Ruth meets Ffion Rees who runs Falcon Boats in Pembrokeshire. She is trying to encourage others to think about the environment around them running boat trips around Ramsey Island.

She teaches visitors about the animals and plant life in the area which is need of protection.

Rob has walked Offa's Dyke in the north...well some of it.

The 177 mile path borders Wales and England.

King Offa never got to the see the finish of the making of the path which goes through Prestatyn high street.

Andrew has been exploring a little hidden phenomenon...Claerddu Bothy.

The bothy is a little house maintained by the Elan Valley Trust for walkers to take shelter when trekking the Cambrian Mountains.

Some even leave treats behind.

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