Here, in the heart of the beautiful and dramatic landscapes of the Snowdonia National Park, you will find the Mynydd Hiraethog and Denbigh Moors Footpath Network. It is exactly what it sounds like – a network of different footpaths that take you through the highlights of the area.
In total, there are seven walking routes available to you here: six short, circular routes and one that’s much longer, a linear route that stretches for around 40 miles.
If you have the weather on your side, we would definitely recommend one of the shorter routes (unless, of course, you have a few days or more to spare!). The Denbigh Moors – which are found just to the north of the Cambrian Range – are a surviving part of what was once a massive grouse moor estate.
They are beautiful, especially on a summer’s day, allowing you to get back to the majesty of nature for a little while.
If you are okay with a bit of a climb, we would suggest the easterly section of the moors. Here you can find Foel Goch and Tir Mostyn, both of which offer incredible views from their respective peaks.
Mynydd Hiraethog is found within the Denbigh Moors, near to Conwy.
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