No wonder an Iron Age Hillfort was built at the top - what a great look-out point.
Set off on an autumn walk through a peaceful woodland with views over the Clwydian Range Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The waymarked trail climbs steadily and you are rewarded for your effort with fantastic views across the browns and golds of the hills and trees. The circular route returns past a range of different trees from mature Corsican pine to rowan laden with orange and red berries.
Walk distance: 2 miles, 3.2 kilometres.
Terrain: A moderate route with a gradual descent. The path surface can become muddy in wet weather.
Start and finish: Coed Llangwyfan car park.
Facilities: Parking is free at Coed Llangwyfan car park.
Dogs: Well behaved dogs are welcome in our woods.
Getting there: Coed Llangwyfan is four miles east of Denbigh on the B5429.
Safety: Please ensure you are prepared for all weather conditions and wear suitable clothing and stout footwear for your walk. This walk can be slippery when wet.
Sometimes we need to close or divert trails for your safety whilst we undertake maintenance work or forest operations.
Occasionally we may have to close a site in extreme weather, such as high winds or snow and ice due to the risk of injury to visitors or staff.
Please always follow any instructions on site and make sure you follow any temporary diversion signs in place.
This walk is supplied by Natural Resources Wales. It is subject to ViewRanger copyright terms and conditions.
It can be found on the Natural Resources Wales website along with other walks in their woods and national nature reserves.
Use the family of Countryside Codes to help you prepare and enjoy safe visits to the countryside.
Please check our webpage for any change or updates to these routes.