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Denbighshire

'The Clwydian Range is an unmistakable chain of purple heather-clad summits, topped by Britain's most dramatically situated hillforts. Beyond the windswept Horseshoe Pass, over Llantisilio mountain ...
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'The hills stretch from the beautiful Vale of Clwyd in the west to the foothills of the Dee Estuary in the east; from Prestatyn Hillside in the north to the Nant-Y-Garth pass in the south.'


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'Denbighshire Countryside Service is a dynamic team that strive to enhance and promote the special landscape, wildlife and heritage of the County.'


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'Coed Llandegla Visitor Centre and Trail opened to the public in 2005 and now welcomes in excess of 100,000 visitors every year. Coed Llandegla Forest covers 650 hectares and was planted i ...
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'Hiraethog, "The Hills of Longing" (or translated by some as "gorse hill"), in the heart of North Wales is a stunning, unspoilt landscape of heather moor, thick forests, tranquil lakes and open spa ...
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'No wonder walkers love to visit North Wales. They come here to find themselves (or lose themselves) in our great outdoors. But sometimes you have to walk – just because there’s no road ...'


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Open Sky - Open Space - Open Mind 'Only minutes from the main routes into North Wales, Hiraethog, or "Hills of Great Longing", are a place to relax, have fun and energise!'


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'This route passes the Nature Trail and part of the Archaeological Trail. If you feel like more of a challenge, you can continue onto the Two Lakes Trail around ...
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'The Brenig Way starts in the beautiful Dee Valley and takes walkers into some of the quietest parts of Denbighshire, where peaceful paths snake though natural woodlands and along steep si ...
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'This route is far more challenging than the others. Some sections are difficult to follow and very boggy and the ridge is high and exposed. It is essential that you are properly equipped for mount ...
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'As well as the beautiful countryside the walker is taken to the historic towns of Ruthin, Llangollen, Corwen, Denbigh, St. Asaph and Rhuddlan.'Walk Described By The North Wales Area of The Rambler ...
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The Walks include: [1] Llandyrnog (4.3 miles) - - - : [2] Clywedog Clwyd (4.7 miles) - - - : [3] Denbigh Town (choice of circular walks) - - - : [4] Tremeirchion (3.0 miles) - - - : [5] Sun Bank Wa ...
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'Made up of five sections, this clearly waymarked trail crosses a varied landscape rich in history and wildlife. Experience peaceful paths, quiet villages and friendly pubs. Explore ancient castles ...
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'Liberty Hall was built as a shooting lodge by Lord Newborough in the early 20th century to take advantage of the stunning views. Guests were driven up from Cynwyd but the lodge was remote ...
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'Stroll along the leafy Llangollen Canal, and see Telford’s remarkable Horseshoe Falls. Enjoy the tranquillity of Llantysilio Church and Valle Crucis Abbey, and look down from lofty Castle Dinas Br ...
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'This is a truly magnificent high-level walk with Llangollen as the centrepiece in its valley below. It can be regarded as a 1-day challenge, or taken at a more leisurely pace over 2, 3, or 4 days. ...
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'CPAT is one of four Welsh Archaeological Trusts working closely with other national, regional and local bodies, to help protect, record and interpret all aspects of the historic environment for th ...
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'This route covers an extensive footpath network in the rural south-east of Conwy county around the villages of Pentrefoelas and Cerrigydrudion, and extending into Denbighshire. There is a route-sp ...
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'For a shorter walk, select a section or two to suit your needs or travel to or from your walk by steam train. You can also create a circular route that combines the North Berwyn and the Dee Valley ...
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'... It was made watertight by sealing the joints with a mixture of flannel and lead dipped in boiling sugar! The canal finally opened in 1805 amidst great celebration. It was hoped that it would p ...
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'The Tegid Way can be walked in either direction, but starting the walk from Cynwyd offers arguably the best views, as the route descends towards the lake.'


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