David Berry Walks
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scenic walks

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Walks around the Berwyn Mountains and the Ceiriog Valley

Thirty two walks exploring a beautiful unspoilt and relatively unknown area of N.E. Wales - the Berwyn Range, a large wild remote upland landscape of mountain, hills and extensive heather moorland, much of it now Open Access land, and the contrasting part-wooded Ceiriog Valley, with its small communities and fascinating industrial history, including a narrow gauge railway.


The walks incorporate sections of several waymarked local routes, including the North Berwyn Way, as well as the Offa’s Dyke Path. Climb to Cadair Berwyn at 2722 feet the highest peak on the Berwyn Range. Visit Pistyll Rhaeadr, the highest waterfall in England and Wales, a Bronze Age stone circle, and 14th Chirk Castle owned by the National Trust. Follow ancient upland tracks and old tramways. Walk by rivers, canal and a section of Offa’s Dyke earthwork. The walks range from an easy 1 3/4 mile stroll around Chirk Castle estate to a challenging 13 mile Berwyn Mountain ridge walk.






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