The Clwydian Way (9): Trefnant to Prestatyn

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The final section of the Clwydian Way passes through St Asaph, with a cathedral smaller than any other in Britain. It follows the Afon Clwyd again for a while, before climbing to Cwm below the Clwydian Range of hills. Enjoy the wide views before dropping to the starting point of the Way at Prestatyn.

Wales - North Wales - Denbighshire - Clwydian Hills


Ancient Monument, Birds, Butterflies, Cafe, Church, Flowers, Food Shop, Gift Shop, Great Views, Mostly Flat, Pub, Public Transport, Restaurant, River, Tea Shop, Toilets, Wildlife, Woodland
8/5/2015 - Ian Dodd

Walked waymarks 19-34 as part of a circular walk. WM19 - shoulder-high crop right to edge of field so we followed lefthand edge and eventually found stile buried in far corner. Slow going. Field of about 100 bullocks in the next field all came over to follow us - ok really, just follow WW advice. At WM25 a kindly local man stopped his car as we were climbing the stile and advised us the signpost was in the wrong place. (Jim's directions are spot on but we were confused by the instruction that the sign was in the right place, and the area is much more overgrown now than in the photo.) There's a double gate just a few metres further down the road, no signage, but go through left gate, keep to left of stream and you will see a stile at the edge of the wood. At WM30 the gap had a tied up gate with mesh at the bottom to discourage climbing it. So we went through gap at the side of the field instead and followed the field edge up from the road. This avoided the farm. Maybe that's the farmer's intention! 1 Aug 2015

7/23/2009 - Walkingworld Administrator

This walk was updated July 2009.

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