Wrexham

The Maelor Way

The Maelor Way 4/5 (2)

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 …

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North Berwyn Way

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The North Berwyn Way is a waymarked trail in the Berwyn hills promoted by Denbighshire council. The North Berwyn Way follows the northern foothills of the Berwyn Range, following the southern boundary of the Clwydian Hills and Dee Valley AONB. This makes a suitable mid level route, or it can be combined with the Dee …

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Ruabon – Gardden Woods and Hillfort No ratings yet.

Starting from the train station at Ruabon, the walk takes in Offa’s Dyke, an iron age hill fort at Gardden Fort (there’s meant to be two ds in there) and Gardden Wood. The Route Click here to view the full description and download a printable map and guide. Please rate this Rating

Bwlchgwyn – Nant y Ffrith Walk 5/5 (1)

This walk follows the Nant y Ffrith through the Coed Mawr forest from Bwlchgwyn, Wales’ highest village. The Route Click here to view the full description. Please rate this Rating

Easy Coedpoeth Walk- Gwenfro and Clywedog Valleys No ratings yet.

An easy walk from the Nant Mill Visitor Centre near Coedpoeth in Wrexham. This walk takes you along the River Clywedog and on a full loop of Coedpoeth village. The Route Click here to view the full description and download a printable map and guide. Please rate this Rating

Brymbo and Bwlchgwyn Easy Walk No ratings yet.

An easy walk from Brymbo near Wrexham to Bwlchgwyn, the highest village in Wales along easily graded paths and lanes. The Route Click here to view the full description. Please rate this Rating