Please note that the Route described and mapped on this website vary from that originally created and in the Guide Book
The Clwydian Way is a Circular Walk around and largely within the County of Denbighshire. It was developed as a Millenium project by David Hollett of the Ramblers. He also wrote, with Bob Read, a Guide Book. This is available from Mold Books for more information click here
The Guide Book and the descriptions on this website start at Prestatyn. The route is described in a clockwise direction. It is though waymarked in both directions. Alternative start points include, Bodfari, Loggerheads, Llangollen, Ruthin and Denbigh. The main route is approximately 122 miles long.
There is an alternative 30-mile section, which goes over the moorland of Mynydd Hiraethog, Llansannan & Denbigh, For the purposes of this website the route is divided into 19 sections which can be viewed by clicking here.
Since the route was created in 2000 as a Millenium Project most people have walked it in day or short breaks. The routes are by and large accessible by public transport. The exceptions being Sections 11 to 14.
The sections are also available on OS Get-a-map which allows you to download maps and GPS information for these click here.