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Clwydian Hills Walks
Walking Routes & Hiking Trails

Find Clwydian Hills walks from the list below which features the best walking routes in the area. Most are circular walks and are listed from the shortest and easiest to the longest more challenging routes.

The Clwydian Hills walks listed below allow you to explore this area which offers an excellent ridge towards the north and rolling hills to the south. The Offa's Dyke Path crosses the northern ridge. Highlights include Moel Famau and Moel Arthur which like most of the summits offer fine views including west to Snowdonia. All the walks are free to download and print, and all routes have GPS files.

3655★☩Rhewl, Moel y Gamelin & Moel Morfyddmoderate5.40
1912★☩Moel Famau and the Clwydian Hills from Cilcainmoderate7.00
1885★☩Moel Arthur and Penycloddiaumoderate7.50
1259★☩Foel Fenli & Moel Famau from Loggerheadsmoderate9.50
2509★☩Moel Arthur & Moel Famau from Cilcainmoderate10.00
1528★☩Moel Famau from Bwlch Penbarraeasy/mod10.00
2550★☩Cilcain, Moel Arthur & Moel Famau from Cilcainmod/hard13.00

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Clwydian Hills Guide

The Clwydian Hills stretch for about 20 miles, rising between the Vale of Clwyd to the west and the Dee Estuary to the east. This line of undulating hills have steep slopes to their west providing excellent views as far as Snowdonia. In contrast to the moorland character of the summits the surrounding valleys are lush and green.
Clwydian-Hills Walking Guide

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