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We love walking and we love walkers. And needless to say we’ve got plenty of walks to keep them busy. From family-friendly strolls to the epic Wales Coast Path.

We love walking and we love walkers. And needless to say we’ve got plenty of walks to keep them busy. From family-friendly strolls to the epic Wales Coast Path.

May 5th 2012 was a very big day for walkers. The official opening of the World’s first dedicated path around a country’s entire coastline. And that country was Wales. The Wales Coastal Path runs an incredible 870 miles from Chepstow in the South to Queensferry in the north. And it passes right through Rhyl.

In fact, it takes you on a flat, traffic-free route over the new harbour bridge, Pont Y Ddraig, down the promenade and beside the miles of golden sands. So you could have a bit to eat and stroll over to the other side of Rhyl and celebrate with an ice cream.

And if you’re really enjoying yourself, you can just keep going. If you walk along to Prestatyn, the Wales Coast Path joins up with the Offa’s Dyke National Trail to circumnavigate the whole of Wales. Now that’s what I call a circular walk, all 1,030 miles of it. See you in a month or two.
http://www.walescoastpath.gov.uk/about_the_path.aspx
http://www.nationaltrail.co.uk/offas-dyke-path

Further afield
The Prestatyn-Dyserth Way is a 4 mile long wildlife corridor. This disused railway line has long since reverted to nature and its flat surfaced path is perfect for wheelchairs and buggies. Don’t miss the famous Dyserth Waterfall; it cascades 70 feet from the River Ffyddion in the centre of the village near the church. Prestatyn is also the start or the finish of the Offa’s Dyke National Trail, a journey that takes you up through the limestone hillsides above the town and into one of Britain’s loveliest landscapes: the Clwydian Range and Dee Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It’s one of only five AONB’s in the whole of Wales, covering nearly 400 square kilometres of spectacular scenery and breathtaking views.
http://www.clwydianrangeanddeevalleyaonb.org.uk/

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