Alwen, near Denbigh
Walk or cycle around this huge upland reservoir
Easy to find woodland with short woodland walk
Pool Park woodland is on the edge of Clocaenog Forest.
It is named after the former huge Pool Park Estate, which was owned by the Bagot family.
The small car park is the starting point for a short waymarked walking trail, ideal for breaking a journey to stretch your legs or for a quick stroll with your dog.
There are several public footpaths nearby if you have a map with you and fancy a longer walk.
The trail is waymarked and starts from the car park.
1 mile/1.5 kilometres, easy
This short trail follows a stream then climbs gently as it winds its way through the woodland.
Look out for the huge Douglas fir trees which thrive here and patches of bluebells in spring.
Pool Park is two miles south west of Ruthin.
Parking is free of charge.
Take the B5105 from Ruthin towards Clawdd-newydd. After 1½ miles the car park is on the right.
Pool Park is on Ordnance Survey (OS) map 279, 293 or 294.
The OS grid reference for the car park is SJ 101 560.
For details of public transport visit the Traveline Cymru website.
Tel: 0300 065 3000
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