Bodfari to Llanbedr-Dyffryn-Clwyd or Ruthin
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Today's walking journey takes you along the ridge of the Clywdian Hills and one of the highlights of the entire walk! Follow green lanes, or locally known as Byways Open To All Traffic (BOAT's). North Wales is littered with these overgrown lanes, enchanting forest tracks and unsurfaced rough roads. You then head into the hills rising to the ridge and Jubilee Tower on top of the iconic peak, Moel Famau and passing a string of hillforts along the way. The scenery is breathtaking and you will need to pause to take in this magnificent scenery.
If you are staying in the small hamlet of Llanbedr-Dyffryn-Clwyd you will see it opposite St Peter's Church. This will reduce your walk today by 3.6km. Or you may overnight in the medieval town of Ruthin, which is nestled within the twisting Clwydian Hills. Although a few kilometres off the trail (necessary as there is not accommodation on the trail in this area), it is a nice walk to get here and the town itself is layered with history and there little independent shops and plenty of pubs and restaurants.
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