Clwydian Range Walks

Places to Walk

We are fortunate enough to be surrounded by wonderful lush green hills and walks with panoramic views, sprinkled with interesting historic buildings, including ancient churches and iron age hillforts.

There are some exceptional walking routes which range from 21/4 to 81/4 miles, and follow public rights of way or permissive individual routes. We hope you explore our beautiful surroundings, and we have plenty of guides to help you get the best out of your stay. The Offa’s Dyke path is the longest walk in the vale of Clwyd, to learn more, follow this link: http://offasdyke.org.uk  Here are some of the more popular local walks:

Denbigh Castle
21/2 miles.
Takes in the Castle and walls.

St Dyfnog’s Church
6 miles.
On our doorstep. Takes in the well above the church.

St Marcella’s and Lleweni Hall
6 miles.
A delightful walk that takes you to the vales finest medieval church

Lady Bagots Drive
4 miles.
A real favourite through the wooded Clywedog valley.

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