An interstitial variant of Hanjie from Trevor Truran that, extraordinarily, provides two puzzles in one: the solver must find the single path through the labyrinth, passing once through every cell en route; but, before negotiating the labyrinth, the solver must first construct it, with the aid of Hanjie-style clues.


The clues above the lines tell you how many consecutive segments of line are to be marked as hedges in each row and column. There is a gap of at least one segment between adjacent hedges on a line. When the labyrinth is complete, find your way through, from the start to the finish, passing once through each cell on the way.

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