Friday, 18 July 2014

Flintshire Interactive mapping on the way!

Walking North Wales have been commissioned by Cadwyn Clwyd and Flintshire Council to convert the information on the Rural Walks in Flintshire brochure to an interactive format that can be put up on the internet. The routes are all being checked and photographed by the Flintshire Ramblers. This work is now under way and the first results can be seen on the new website:

The home page of the site allows users to display only those walks that meet their particular criteria, such as being of easy, moderate or strenuous difficulty, or of a certain length. At the moment the site hosts 6 of the walks in various stages of completion.

Trelawnyd and Gwaenysgor


Moel Arthur - Penycloddiau

Loggerheads - Moel Findeg

Nercwys Forest

Waun y Llyn - Llanfynydd

We think this project shows local government (Flintshire), local agencies (Cadwyn Clwyd), local volunteers (The Ramblers), and tourism agencies (Walking North Wales) all working together with private enterprise (Ynot Digital) all working together to produce something really worthwhile - the best walking websites in the country.

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