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Long walks in North Wales and Dee Estuary

Rhyl

Colwyn Bay to Llandudno (via Little Orme)
5.5 miles / 9 km

A lively and popular seafront walk with great wildlife spotting opportunities at the Little Orme. Continue on towards Llandudno and discover the charms of this well preserved Victorian seaside holiday resort. (Train or Bus)

Dee Estuary – Flint Castle to Basingwerk Abbey
6 miles / 10 km

A magnificent walk along the Dee Estuary between the 13th century Flint Castle, the first to be built when King Edward I invaded Wales, and the 12th century Basingwerk Abbey (which lies approximately half a mile inland from the Coast Path at Greenfield). (Bus)

Llanfairfechan to Dwygyfylchi
7 miles / 11.2 km

A walk in the foothills of the Carneddau mountains with stunning views across Snowdonia to the Great Orme and over the Menai Strait towards Anglesey. Find out more about the Llanfairfechan to Dwygyfylchi walk.

Great Orme Circular
13.8 miles / 14.5 km

A route around the Great Orme with fantastic views across the whole of the North Wales coastline. Takes in the ruin of Deganwy Castle. Find out more about the Great Orme Circular walk.

Rhyl Circular
14.3 miles / 23 km

Start at the Sea Life Centre in Rhyl and walk along the coast towards Prestatyn and its three beaches – Ffrith, Barkby and Central – with stunning views as far as Anglesey and Snowdonia. You turn inland to pass near Meliden and towards the waterfalls near Dyserth. You return to the coast and Rhyl via the bank of the Afon Clwyd. Find out more about the Rhyl Circular walk.

 

 


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