Alwen, near Denbigh
Walk or cycle around this huge upland reservoir
Scenic viewpoint with a picnic area and short woodland stroll
The picnic area at Boncyn Foel Bach is set around the car park and has views south and east over the hills.
This car park is the starting point for a short walk in Clocaenog Forest.
It sets off through an avenue of tall beech trees which pop with colour in spring when their fresh leaves are a lurid green.
In autumn the leaves turn orange before creating a colourful carpet underfoot - great fun for children to crunch through!
The trail is waymarked and starts from the car park.
⅓ mile/0.5 kilometres, easy
This is a short walk through the woodland with its stunning avenue of beech trees.
Boncyn Foel Bach is 6 miles south west of Ruthin.
Parking is free of charge.
From Ruthin, take the B5105 through the village of Clawdd-newydd. Continue for 1½ miles and the car park is on the right.
Boncyn Foel Bach is on Ordnance Survey (OS) map 264.
The OS grid reference for the car park is SJ 055 520.
For details of public transport visit the Traveline Cymru website.
Tel: 0300 065 3000
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