Denbigh and Henllan

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This walk is to the north-west of Denbigh along little-walked but well-signposted footpaths. It has few climbs, lovely views and gives the chance of a visit to Denbigh, an ancient market town with a wealth of history and many old buildings, including the castle. En route to Henllan is a beautiful stretch of woodland whilst much of the return is along a sunken lane rich with wildlife - buzzards can be seen on any part of the route in fact.

Wales - North Wales - Denbighshire - Countryside


Ancient Monument, Birds, Butterflies, Cafe, Castle, Church, Flowers, Food Shop, Gift Shop, Great Views, Mostly Flat, Museum, Pub, Public Transport, Restaurant, Stately Home, Tea Shop, Toilets, Wildlife, Woodland
7/11/2013 - Robert Hughes

A really pleasant walk for a warm sunny day after a dry spell. Today the route was dry throughout even at WM4. The mostly yellow machines mentioned in WM9 are a range of farm machinery that are now a in red, yellow and green! The wall at WM 11 is not continuous but keep going and it reappears. Along this section there is a good view of the ruins of Foxall Newydd, a late 16th century Manor House that was oddly never finished. At WM16 there is now a finger post and the house and garden is now occupied and well maintained. The blockages mentioned at WM 20 have been cleared but the very pleasant sunken track is a bit overgrown - though not impassable. A walk well worth being trod by more walkers.

3/19/2012 - michael parry

For details on how to make this into a much longer walk, see my comments on walk 1748.

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