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The Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) today launched a self-guided trail that encourages people to explore an area of ancient woodland in North Wales. Coed Felinrhyd, owned by the Woodland Trust, has been described as a Celtic rainforest and is known for its extraordinary plant life.