631 Clwydian Hills

Cilcain means beautiful corner and indeed this village set beneath the heathery Clwydian Hills lives up to its name. Once there were seven pubs, where strong ale was consumed in quantity leading to riotous evenings, but now you'll have to make do with just one to slake your thirst after a walk along this magnificent range of hills.

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LOCATION: Welsh Borders, four miles west of Mold
START: Narrow lanes link Cilcain with A541 & A494. Drive through village, keep straight on past church then fork left in 250 yards. Follow lane another 400 yards to two car parks
Grid ref: SJ171652 Postcode: CH7 5PA
DISTANCE: 7 miles
GRADE: Strenuous
TIME: 4.5 hours
MAP: Explorer - Clwydian Range Landranger 116
REFRESHMENTS: White Horse
EN ROUTE: Moel Arthur, Moel Famau, Offa’s Dyke, Moel Dywyll, Clwyd Forest, Moel Llys-y-coed


This walk was originally published by
The Manchester Evening News

   
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