Three walks will be available, with details circulated on the coach. They will range from easy to strenuous depending on the walk selected. Due to the flooding of footpaths and fields found on the recci changes have been made to the planned routes.
St Asaph is the second smallest city in Britain, and sits on the Clwyian Way in the Vale of Clwyd. Our walks today may take you along part of this, or up into the Clwydian Hills. Wherever you go the nearest pub is not far from the end of your walk and the coach, which will be parked at the leisure centre. Please note - as of the 9/1/24 changes have had to be made to the walks due to the flooding of Fields and Footpaths.
A Walk Leader - Dave White - The planis to start from Bodfari and walk around 9.5 miles into St Asaph using parts of the Clwydian Hills.
B Walk Leader - John Slatcher - Crossing over the A55 we take a country lane towards Coed Cwm, from here having crossed a few fields we than take the Offa's Dyke Path around to a foreast track before coming out on another country lane. We now walk back on country lanes to the coach.
C Walk Leader - Dave Eccles - The plan is for a short 6.5 mile walk from Bodfari taking the most (walkable) route from there to St Asaph. The route bepending on the level of flooding.