Walks, Runs, Mountain Biking and Car Tour / Teithiau y car, cerdded a rhedeg, a beicio mynydd

Cilcain is superbly sited for access to walking country

Cilcain is at the heart of Clwydian walking country: the Keyholders would be delighted to advise on walks in the area. Offa’s Dyke Path links directly to the village path network via the Clwydian Way, by the reservoir path or by the green lane past Plas Newydd.

Moel Famau Country Park is over 2000 acres of important upland landscape and one of the largest country parks in Wales. The Park has an impressive landscape of colourful heather moorland changing to greener grassland pastures on its lower slopes. The central feature of the Park is the seven mile stretch of the Offa’s Dyke National Trail running along the ridge. It takes about 40 minutes to walk to the Jubilee Tower from the Moel Famau car park along the Offa’s Dyke Path.

Moel Famau Country park website:

http://www.denbighshire.gov.uk/en-gb/DNAP-76RHBE

Mountain Bike Routes

http://www.ridetheclwyds.com/

http://www.theedgecycleworks.com/mtbroutes/cilcain-and-vale-clwyd

Downloadable walking routes

For the Loggerheads to Cilcain walk, click here

For the Cilcain to Moel Arthur walk, click here

For a Moel Famau to Moel Arthur Walk, click here

For a Moel Famau walk, click here

The first two walks above are from the really excellent Flintshire Rural Walks Booklet, which may be obtained from the County Council or Tourist Information Centres: or you can see it, select walks, and download pages, if you click here

Denbighshire walks are covered by the companion booklet, downloadable here and here

See the Denbighshire county walks site here

 

 

Viewing the area by car

For the Flintshire Leisure Tour, click here

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