Coed y Felin Nature Reserve

Coed y Felin Nature Reserve_Graham Berry

Ancient woodland on limestone with associated wildflowers and a nature trail


4 miles north west of Mold on the A541

CH7 5QL (Y Dderwen Pub across the road from the disabled car park)

OS Map Reference

SJ195677 Main Entrance
A static map of Coed y Felin

Know before you go

10 hectares

Entry fee


Parking information

Main car park SJ195677; off un-named road east of Hendre. Car park with disabled access at SJ188677

Grazing animals

The two meadows may be grazed

Walking trails

Level path along former railway line, suitable for pushchairs and wheelchairs, additional uneven and sometimes steep woodland paths, two picnic tables


Wheelchair access towards picnic tables is available on along a former railway line, from the western car park


On a lead

When to visit

Opening times

Open at all times

Best time to visit

Spring for woodland flowers and pied flycatchers. Summer for flower rich meadow by eastern car park

About the reserve

Coed-y-Felin is an ancient woodland, carpeted with bluebells in spring. It is an ancient broadleaved woodland, extending for about half a mile along the south facing slope of the Afon Chwiler Valley

Contact us

North Wales Wildlife Trust - Graham Berry
Contact number: 01248 351541

Environmental designation

Local Wildlife Site (LWS)