Bryn Euryn is a prominent limestone hill overlooking Rhos on Sea with several different paths. It is a mixture of grassland and woodland and is listed as a site of Special Scientific Interest. It also has great historical interest with Llys Euryn – a house dating from the 15th century and a hilltop fort from the 6th century. For more information about the site and routes to walk have a look at Conwy Council’s page.
How to get there
From the A55 head towards Rhos on Sea along Brompton Avenue, Bryn Euryn is marked at the traffic lights (turn left onto Rhos Road).
Bryn Euryn nature reserve, 60 Tan-Y-Bryn Rd, Rhos on Sea, Colwyn Bay LL28 4AB.
On this occasion Bert decided to stay at home (ie lazy!). Drum and Pedro ventured up Bryn Euryn, a lovely dog friendly walk with fantastic views at the top!
The car park was free and easy to find and there are many marked paths to follow – Pedro choose to take the path marked for the summit even though there was an ‘easy’ route.
The boys were off lead the whole time and loved running around in the woodland. We were back to the car in less than an hour and although we didn’t investigate for any dog friendly places to eat, Drum and Pedro give the walk 5 paws!
A lovely hidden gem only a few minutes from work!