Rhuallt - Tremeirchion

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This walk is to the south of the A55 at Rhuallt and is at first over low-lying ground. It then moves east to the village of Tremeirchion and rises to the spine of the Clwydian range, with fine views towards Snowdonia westwards and the coast to the north.

Wales - North Wales - Denbighshire - Clwydian Hills


Birds, Butterflies, Church, Flowers, Great Views, Hills or Fells, Nature Trail, Play Area, Pub, Public Transport, Toilets, Wildlife, Woodland
6/5/2014 - Ian Cross

Tried this walk on 3 June 2014. The frisky bullocks are still there! There are an awful lot of changes in direction, and if I were doing it again I would study the map carefully to see what shortcuts could be taken (some are explained in the guide). The last park of the walk would be simplified if, having found the Offa's Dyke Path, you simply stayed on it until back in Rhuallt. This last part of the walk gives splendid views, but the 'low-lying' part is less rewarding. (A friendly local suggested that it was too boggy to attempt, though this proved not to be the case.) It took us 5 hours 30 minutes, rather than the 3 hours 55 suggested - this may be because we spent a long time deliberating which way to go!

4/7/2012 - Alan Moss

Enjoyed this walk Good Friday 2012 On reaching paragraph 13 at stables, house owner informed us the route had been changed at his expense. There are new waymarks at top of lane.

6/30/2009 - Gary Crossley

27/06/09 - Tried this walk today. Found the first half of the walk very difficult due to most paths being very overgrown (some places shoulder height nettles) and most of the stiles where broken to the point of being very dangerous. Also, some of the routes have been 'blocked' by farmers. Also plenty of fields of frisky bullocks to negotiate as well - began to feel less than welcome!! Second half of walk a lot better - but the memories of first half not good. Please be careful! Gary

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