Maya Burchell-Haslett, 26, completed the trek around the perimeter of Wales from Chepstow to Chester early in September.
And on the weekend of 8-9 February The Powerhouse community-run art centre will be staging a pictorial display of her odyssey.
Speaking at the end of the walk, Maya said: “It’s been an amazing challenge – I’ve seen some really beautiful places, although my favourite part of the Welsh coast is still southern Ceredigion, but I may be biased.”
Along the way she backpacked, staying on campsites and in hostels, and also with family and friends in various parts of Wales.
Being something of an environmentalist, her walk also raised funds for The Bumblebee Conservation Trust.
The Powerhouse weekend also features an evening concert by Cynefin, a local musician who is launching his album Dilyn Afon, a collection of songs from Ceredigion.
The Sunday will see a series of talks by University of Wales staff and the local history society all themed on ‘A Welsh Journey’.
The Powerhouse was destroyed when the Teifi flooded back in 2018 and this year launches its reopening after the extremely hard work of local volunteers.