North East Wales Walks

The Brenig Way 3/5 (1)

The Brenig Way is a mid level walk in North Wales that takes you from Corwen to the upland reservoir of Llyn Brenig. It has been established by Denbighshire council and is a promoted route for walkers in this quiet and rural part of the county.  Starting off along the Dee Valley, and visiting the …

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Brenig Way – Melin y Wig Circular Walk No ratings yet.

If the Brenig Way is too much to digest in one go, then there are a few day routes you can complete along it’s distance instead. This is a short ramble from the village of Bettws Gwerfil Goch. The Route Click here to view the full description and download a printable route guide and map.

North Berwyn Way

North Berwyn Way No ratings yet.

The North Berwyn Way is a waymarked trail in the Berwyn hills promoted by Denbighshire council. The North Berwyn Way follows the northern foothills of the Berwyn Range, following the southern boundary of the Clwydian Hills and Dee Valley AONB. This makes a suitable mid level route, or it can be combined with the Dee …

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A Longer Wepre Ramble No ratings yet.

A longer ramble from Wepre Country park in Connah’s Quay. This walk takes you past Ewloe Castle. The Route Click here to view the full description and download a route guide.

An easy Wepre Ramble No ratings yet.

This is a short ramble from Wepre Park at Connah’s Quay in Flintshire that takes you as far as Ewloe Castle before returning. The Route Click here to view the full description and download a route guide.

An easy Nant y Ffrith Walk No ratings yet.

An easy walk around the Flintshire countryside near Nant y Ffrith starting from Llanfynydd. There’s a mix of countryside, woodland and views. The Route Click here to view the full description and download a route guide.

An Easy Hawarden Walk No ratings yet.

An easy walk from the Flintshire village of Hawarden along easy country tracks. The Route Click here to view the full description and download a route guide.

Ruabon – Gardden Woods and Hillfort No ratings yet.

Starting from the train station at Ruabon, the walk takes in Offa’s Dyke, an iron age hill fort at Gardden Fort (there’s meant to be two ds in there) and Gardden Wood. The Route Click here to view the full description and download a printable map and guide.