The Maelor Way

Route Summary: 

A local trail in Wrexham that joins together the Sandstone Trail, South Cheshire Way, Marches Way and the Shropshire Way in the east with Offa’s Dyke National Trail and the Ceiriog Valley Walk in the west.

Tags: Cheshire, Wrexham

Where does the Maelor Way Start and Finish:

Castle Mill near Chirk to Grindley Brook near Whitchurch.

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Where is the Maelor Way 

On the Wales/England border, mainly in Wrexham.

How long will it take to walk the Maelor Way 

A fit walker can complete the walk in a day, though it could be enjoyed over a few days.

How Far is the Maelor Way 

40km

How hard is it to complete the Maelor Way ?  

It follows good tracks and bridleways for the distance.

What’s Public Transport Like on the Maelor Way ? 

Few and far between as it travels through rural areas.

Maelor Way  Highlights:

Unspoilt rural villages and woodlands.

Maelor Way  Guidebooks:

You have to buy it from Wrexham TIC or use the details on this page to order by phone.

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The Maelor Way Details

The Maelor Way is a walking trail in North East Wales that is largely within the county of Wrexham, but following the border with England for a large distance. It starts at Castle Mill near Chirk, where it joins with both Offa’s Dyke National Trail and the Ceiriog Valley Walk local trail. The Maelor Way continues through Chirk and then along the England/Wales border and the various villages on the way. It starts along the Dyffryn Ceiriog Valley and the Afon Ceiriog and then along the Dee as far as Owrtyn (Overton). It intersects another trail at this point, the Wat’s Dyke Way.

The Maelor Way continues through to Penley, Hamner and Hamner Mere and on to Grindley Brook near Whitchurch.

Maelor Way Route Map and GPX Download

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More information on the Maelor Way trail is available on this page.

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