St Asaph River Walk
Enjoy a nice waterside walk along the River Elwy on this walk in the historic North Wales city of St Asaph. The settlement is notable as the second-smallest city in Britain in terms of population and urban area. This circular walk takes you around along the river paths in the city centre, visiting St Asaph Common on the way.
The walk starts on the bridge over the river, just to the east of the cathedral. The noteworthy cathedral dates back 1,400 years, while the current building dates from the 13th century. From the bridge you can pick up the riverside footpaths on both sides of the Elwy.
Two long distance, waymarked walking trails run past the city. You pick up the epic Clwydian Way and follow it to the nearby town of Rhuddlan where you can visit the 13th century castle and enjoy a walk along the River Clwyd. You can also pick up the North Wales Path here and head to Rhyl or Prestatyn.
St Asaph Ordnance Survey Map - view and print off detailed OS map
St Asaph Open Street Map - view and print off detailed map
St Asaph OS Map - Mobile GPS OS Map with Location tracking
St Asaph Open Street Map - Mobile GPS Map with Location tracking
Walks near St Asaph
- North Wales Path - Explore hills, valleys, mountains and the beautiful coast on this stunning walk through North Wales
- Clwydian Way - Explore the Clwydian Range of mountains on this circular walk through north east Wales
- Rhuddlan To Rhyl - River and Coast Walk - This nice walk from runs from Rhuddlan To Rhyl along the River Clwyd and the North Wales Coast
St Asaph Pubs/Cafes
After your walk head to the The Talardy Hotel for some post walk refreshments. The Goergian hotel has a nice landscaped garden to sit out and relax in during the warmer months. It's located just to the north east of the city centre at postcode LL17 0HY.
The Farmers Arms is another good option. It's located a little way out of town but is set in extensive grounds with ample car parking and landscaped gardens. You can find it just to the east of the city centre at postcode LL17 0DY.