Walking the Vale of Clwyd way

You are welcome to walk with us on any of the walks listed below. You will need walking boots or stout shoes, some extra layers of clothes and waterproof clothing. Jeans are not suitable, as they get soaked very quickly. On most of our weekend walks you will need to bring a picnic lunch and a drink. A rucksack to put everything in is very useful. Further advice can be found on the Ramblers' Association web site.

Please contact the Walk Leader for your chosen walk who will be pleased to give you full details. Should anyone need a lift or be able to offer a lift to the start of a walk, kindly let the Walk Leader know, well in advance.

Please note that dogs are not permitted on any of our walks.

To get a map of the start location , click the "Map" button beside your selected walk. The map opens in a new window or tab and you can use the controls on the righthand side to alter the scale if necessary. You can print a copy too if you wish. When you are finished with the map click the "X" in the top lefthand corner of the window or tab to close it and return to this site. We would like to thank streetmap.co.uk for providing these maps.
In response to requests from members with SatNav devices in their cars we are including post codes wherever possible to assist them in finding walk start places. Be advised that the post code is for the nearest group of buildings and may not take you to the exact parking place.
Our walks are graded and the table below shows you what terrain to expect on the walk. If a '+' is added then the walk is a little harder.

A Grade 'A' walk is a strenuous walk mostly in mountainous areas and could include scrambling to altitude in excess of 2000 feet. You will need to be very well equipped and you should contact the walk leader for details. A Grade 'B' walk is a more demanding walk in mountainous areas involving climbs to altitude in excess of 2000 feet. You will need to be well equipped and you should contact the walk leader for details. A Grade 'C' walk is a moderate walk involving some hill climbing and is typically in upland areas. Walking boots and waterproof clothing are recommended.

A Grade 'D' walk is suitable for any fit person. The walk will be taken at a leisurely pace and will not involve any serious hill climbing and is typically in valleys and flat coastal areas.

Our Walks Programme

TitleStart PointGrid Ref
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Post CodeStart

 30th June 2018

 C 10  Sefton Park Liverpool  Hooton Station
 CH66 6AD
John 01745 338798

 7th July 2018

 C 10.5  Llandegla Circuit
 (No Dogs Please)
 Opposite Ponderosa cafe
 LL20 8DR
 Bryn  01745 815265

 14th July 2018

 C 8  Up and over to Betws yn Rhos  Llanfair TH Car Park
 LL22 8YT
Jan & Dave 01745 822399

 18th July 2018

 C 6  Social walk
 Nant y Glyn Valley
 Eirias Park CP
 LL29 7SP
 Val  01745 590866

 18th July 2018

 Fish and Chips Walk  Ring Daphne for details
Daphne & Norman 01745 814390

 21st July 2018

 C+ 6.5  Hilltops of our Valley  Ceunant, Llangynhafal
 (please bring portable chair)
 LL15 1RU
 Val  01745 590866

 28th July 2018

 C+ 9  Moel Famau and Moel Dywyll  Clwyd Forest C.P.
 CH7 5SH
Chris 01745 591365

 31st July 2018

 C 5  Evening walk
 Moel Hiraddug
 Thomas Avenue CP, Dyserth
 LL18 6AP
Chris 01745 591365