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Pwllycrochan Woods Local Nature Reserve

#8 of 39 things to do in Colwyn Bay Features Animals
Pwllycrochan Avenue, Colwyn Bay LL29 7BT, Wales
+44 1492 575542
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A great view

I love the pwllycrochan woods, it adjoins to my back garden and a great view and birds songs to... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Tahir A
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Only known by locals, but a lovely walk with great views over Colwyn Bay

If you are visiting the area pop into Colwyn Bay and drive up Pwllycrochan Ave from the centre of... read more

Reviewed 4 April 2017
Brad .
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Pwllycrochan Avenue, Colwyn Bay LL29 7BT, Wales
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

I love the pwllycrochan woods, it adjoins to my back garden and a great view and birds songs to wake up to every morning!

Thank Tahir A
Reviewed 4 April 2017

If you are visiting the area pop into Colwyn Bay and drive up Pwllycrochan Ave from the centre of Colwyn Bay, it is by the new council offices that are being built, and park at the top. Where it joins the Old Highway, you will...More

Thank Brad .
Reviewed 30 June 2016

Ancient woodland well looked after by the Council and a pleaseure to have on my doorstep. Decent network of footpaths, though quite steep in places.

Thank Alan C
Reviewed 26 April 2016

Lovely walk with family and dog. excellent view over the colwyn bay beach and rhos on sea. Apair of wellies recommended

1  Thank Karan W
Reviewed 10 July 2015

But, you can also take in The View which takes in panoramic scenery to the N., W. and S., and up to Bryn Cadno which takes in panoramic scenery to the N., E. and S., returning to the Woodland Walk via Nant-y-Glyn Valley.

Thank hatman1685
Reviewed 12 February 2015 via mobile

Took young children, one which had a bike. Not recommended for bikes unless confident rider as lots of mud and small rocks on some parts of path. Lovely walk along the stream. Children really enjoyed it. We came out by a childrens park so even...More

Thank DaisyflowerCamper
Reviewed 1 September 2014

There are several walks highlighted on the sign as you enter the wood but directional signs are very poor. It seems a little neglected.

1  Thank SRBColwynBay
Reviewed 1 August 2013

Super woods above Colwyn Bay with glimpses of views over the sea. Variety of trees and some wildlife. Really good for a round walk which is not too taxing. Afterwards, go up to the hill top,turn left and immediately right and take the 2nd on...More

5  Thank Geoff J
Reviewed 18 August 2012

This is a lovely little Woods, which our children really enjoyed. There are signs with different coloured arrows for different trails and a little stream which runs though the woods. We collected leave and acorns, and did some bark rubbings. We made a collage from...More

2  Thank Karen C
Reviewed 17 June 2012

Pwllycrochan woods separate Colwyn Bay from Upper Colwyn Bay as you climb from Colwyn Bay towards the Welsh Mountain Zoo. It is pleasant to stroll on the footpaths in the dense predominantly deciduous woodland.

3  Thank taith
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