Denbighshire Villages is the sixth book by Geoffrey Davies in a series covering the villages of the 13 historic Welsh Counties. The old county of is a county of great scenic beauty, admired by writers like Wordsworth and artists like Turner.
The Cambrian Coast railway line is one of the prettiest in Wales. A journey along it makes for a wonderful day out. However, on leaving the train behind there is a plethora of superb walks.
Be a Slow-a-holic in Flintshire and…
sleep in a library
climb on a castle
bathe in healing waters
make a pilgrimage
begin an epic coastal walk
scamper on an iron age fortress
visit an officially SLOW town.
Bangor-based Zoë Sayer (an experienced Snowdonia walker), and Rebecca Terry (another outdoor enthusiast) have devised 30 pushchair-friendly walks through the spectacular scenery of the Snowdonia National Park. The walks range from simple riverside strolls to full-on alpine-style stomps.