The North Wales Way
The Wales Way is three distinct routes – The North Wales Way, The Coastal Way and The Cambrian Way.
The North Wales Way runs for 75 miles past mighty castles into the island of Anglesey.
North East Wales takes in 25 miles of the North Wales Way from the English border to Rhyl. This section offers sandy beaches, wooded river valleys, medieval castles and handsome market towns as well as iron Age hillforts, industrial heritage and the stunning Clwydian Range and Dee Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Find out more about the North Wales Way and suggested itineraries on different themes – heritage, adventure, walking, landscape, golf and food & drink.