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NCN route 5 on the promenade towards Rhyl

Missing sign on NCN route 3 head west into Rhyl

NCN route 5 returning to the promenade to leave Rhyl

NCN route 5 returning to the promenade to leave Rhyl

Pedestrianisation (no exemption for cyclists) in Rhyl

NCN route 5 arriving in Rhyl on the shared-use promenade

Pretty basic segregated cycle track entering Rhyl

Shared-use footway approaching the Pont y Ddraig cycle bridge

Cyclists should dismount to cross the bridge to Rhyl (superseded the next day by the Pont y Ddraig cycle bridge) - or use the road, as we did.

NCN route 5 (not just the footway) diverted until the opening of the Pont y Ddraig cycle bridge across Rhyl harbour the next day.

NCN route 5 diverted until the opening of the Pont y Ddraig cycle bridge across Rhyl harbour the next day.

NCN route 5 (not just the footway) closed until the opening of the Pont y Ddraig cycle bridge across Rhyl harbour the next day.

The Pont y Ddraig cycle bridge across Rhyl harbour the day before it opened.

Public art by the Pont y Ddraig cycle bridge across Rhyl harbour, the day before it opened.

The Pont y Ddraig cycle bridge across Rhyl harbour the day before it opened.

The Pont y Ddraig cycle bridge across Rhyl harbour the day before it opened.

The Pont y Ddraig cycle bridge across Rhyl harbour the day before it opened.

The bridge over the railway at Rhyl Station – passengers using the lift find themselves on the goods side of the bridge, which is completely separate from the other bit.

Just these rubbish cycle racks at Rhyl station.

Rhyl's one way system make its roads feel like a motor racing circuit.

On road cycle route near the station, and NCN sign pointing to Marine Lake.

Rhyl's one way system make its roads feel like a motor racing circuit.

A tiny narrow street in the centre of Rhyl.

A tiny narrow street in the centre of Rhyl.

A tiny narrow street in the centre of Rhyl, there's a bit of life here.

Grim: Rhyl's one way system make its roads feel like a motor racing circuit.

I suppose its the dual language that makes these road signs even bigger and uglier than usual, but the pedestrian cages don't help make this feel like a nice place.

Grim: Rhyl, lots of fencing and pedestrian cages just to get across the road.

Grim: Rhyl totally devoted to car worship, pedestrians caged and corralled, traffic waiting for the gun to go off.

Rhyl's one way system make its roads feel like a motor racing circuit.

Rhyl's one way system make its roads feel like a motor racing circuit.

Rhyl's one way system make its roads feel like a motor racing circuit.

Rhyl's one way system make its roads feel like a motor racing circuit.

Cook book café – a place to eat in Rhyl's library.

NCN5 shared space.

NCN5 shared space.

NCN5 shared space.

NCN5 two-way cycleway with an abrupt right turn and then nice curves on the left.

NCN5 two-way cycleway.

NCN5 two-way cycleway.

We bumped into fellow cyclists from http://www.cyclingnorthwales.co.uk/ who told us about the campaigning they've been involved in along this coast over the last 20 years. I told them I thought they'd done an excellent job and it was great ... [more]

Fabulous new cycle bridge near Rhyl. It has folding down flanks to allow yachts to pass either side.

NCN5 coastal cycleway construction work is nearing completion for a new cycle bridge.

NCN5 coastal cycleway by the sea wall, separated from the main line railway by only a chicken wire fence.

NCN5 coastal cycleway, shared use area, although a different coloured surface is used there are deliberately no markings to avoid creating 'territories' between pedestrians and riders.

Welcome to Rhyl.

Cycling over the road bridge into Rhyl.

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