A waymarked trail high above the Dee Valley that takes in some hills before finishing off on the Llangollen Canal.
|20.6 km||628 m||7 - 8 hours|
Calculate the time using Naismith’s Rule and factor in your own pace.
Start and Finish: Corwen to Llangollen
The path decsends to Rhewl, which has a pub – – and past the Chainbridge Hotel near the Horseshoe Falls.
There are regular buses between Corwen and Llangollen, so you can return to the start.Traveline for UK Public Transport
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Summits and Places on this Route
- The Brenig Way - 0.0km
- Liberty Hall Walk from Corwen - 0.2km
- Caer Drewyn Walk from Corwen - 0.8km
- Brenig Way – Melin y Wig Circular Walk - 5.9km
- Cadair Berwyn and Moel Sych Hill Walk from Llandrillo - 7.8km
- Cadair Berwyn Walk from Llandrillo - 7.8km
- The Berwyn Range and Cwm Pennant from Llandrillo - 7.8km
- Brenig Way – Bod Petryal loop - 9.4km
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The Dee Valley Way Details
The Dee Valley Way is a waymarked route between Corwen and Llangollen in the Clwydian and Dee Valley AONB that can be walked in either direction. It doesn’t climb higher than 400m or so, but does so a few times, making this a reasonably hard day’s walking. Fortunately, you pass through a number of villages on the way, so you’ve plenty of rest stops along the way.
The rotue sets off from Corwen, heading languidly towards Llantysilio Mountain, which the route eventually passes over without actually hitting any summits. It’s then down to the Horseshoe Falls and the Chainbridge at Berwyn Station before a final walk along the Llangollen Canal to Llangollen.
For a longer outing over two days the route can be combined with the North Berwyn Way which meanders over the northern Berwyn foothills.
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