Where to walk your dog in Denbighshire, North Wales
Denbighshire is a fantastic area, and it offers up a wide range of options for wonderful walks in North Wales with your dog. The possibilities are almost endless; there is a different type of route available to suit just about any one of your needs, all the way from forest hikes to coastal walks.
There is everything on offer, from beautiful rambles through the countryside, such as the area surrounding the ruins of Castell Dinas Bran, to walks around stately ancient buildings, such as the majestic Denbigh Castle.
If you would rather take a stroll around some enchanting public gardens, you can take a trip out to the Plas Newydd country house, or for a walk by water there is the gorgeous Horseshoe Falls, created by Thomas Telford, as well as the path alongside the canal.
Our rather enviable task involved going on a great many treks around Denbighshire so that we could present to you a selection of the very best walks in North Wales. If you are looking for some inspiration about where to next take your dog (or dogs!), use our list to help you have a fantastic day out. There are so many great options that you could even opt to go for a walking holiday in the area.
We’ve even listed the difficulty of each walk, as well as the facilities in the surrounding areas, so that you can spend less time researching and more time enjoying your time outdoors and taking in all the gorgeous scenery!
Mount Wood, Denbigh
Is the location easily accessible?
Is there parking nearby?
Yes, on the main road
Are dogs allowed to be taken off a lead?
How difficult is the terrain?
Are there any steep hills?
Steep steps in one direction
Are there any gates or stiles that would be inaccessible to those less able?
Are there paved paths to guide you?
Easy paved path in one direction
Are there regular sign posts?
What kind of local amenities are available along the walk? For example, public toilets, litter bins, doggy bins, dog friendly pubs and cafes with water bowls, etc.
Dog bins available
How long does it take to get from one location to the other?
What sort of things should you take with you for your walk? For example, lead, toys, towel (to dry wet dogs if there is water on route) etc.
Lead, bottle of water for the dogs (no water on route)
How long does the walk take to complete?
What are the walk’s surroundings?
Woods and meadows
Are there any dog restricted areas along the walk?
Are these walks suitable for small children or can they accommodate buggies?