Off message. Recently Gill and I took time out from family matters for this recent walk in Wales around the ancient hilltop market town of Ruthin, Vale of Clwyd.
We found the walk on the Ordnance Survey app. Starting from the town centre going north along the Afon (River) Clwyd, cut across to Rhewl then along the fast flowing valley path by Afon Clywedog. At footbridge (yes, you have a right of way) cross over and continue pretty straight back to Ruthin with some great views.
It was typical Welsh, early spring sunshine and showers (some heavy), muddy in parts but only wished we were wearing gaiters on one occasion. Fantastic skies. Recommended walk, mostly flat but a bit of up and down and also some styles to climb.
Will post more pics on my Country walking Facebook page.
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