Trelawnyd - Marian Ffrith

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The Trelawnyd area is fairly high and undulating, so that there are good views without the need to climb. The walk is to the south of the village and it uses part of Offa's Dyke National Trail on the return leg and a very attractive bridleway.

Wales - North Wales - Denbighshire - Countryside


Birds, Butterflies, Church, Flowers, Great Views, Hills or Fells, Pub, Public Transport, Wildlife, Woodland
19/06/2013 - Robert Hughes

This is a great walk and has been improved considerably since Jim wrote his WM notes. None of the obstacles that he describes now exist having been removed or replaced by stiles. The route has also been waymarked at almost every key point. In addition at this time of year (June) the route was bone dry. The grassy track just after WM 30 described as exceptionally wet now has a covering of limestone chippings and so is easy walking and not wet at all. Also the section in the wood just after WM 12 described as subject to storm damage is now easy with a broad track leading to the exit stile. On leaving the wood the marker arrow directs you straight ahead, but it's easier to track the left edge of this field to the next stile which is in the far left corner. At WM 14 the path is now almost directly over the lane - clearly marked with a finger post. Finally the 2km on the lane almost put me off, but it is very quiet with verges and hedgerows full of interest and you get the first views of the coast. Overall a very enjoyable walk.

18/04/2008 - Philip Ingram

Another good walk from Jim Grindle. From point 1 to point 20 is now "The Clwydian way" and is reasonably well waymarked, though not much walked. A couple of changes since it was written up. At point 7, after crossing the stile, keep the hedge on your left until you see a stile in front of you. Don't cross the hedge on your left. At point 14, turn *right* to find the path 50m up the hill. At point 17, turn left into the farm drive and swing right immediately. There's a signed public footpath on the left where the drive makes a slight turn to the right. At point 30, "exceptionally wet" is an understatement! Definitely worth doing this one.

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