The Clwydian Range and Dee Valley AONB is an outstanding place to explore on foot. Not only can we offer some challenging long-distance routes that are of national importance, but we have shorter walks that are easier or simply take less time. Whichever you choose, every walker is equally rewarded with breathtaking views and stunning landscapes.
You can follow a part of Offa’s Dyke National Trail through the Clwydian Range and Dee Valley, taking in arguably some of the best sights you’ll see on the world-famous pathway that runs almost coast to coast from north to south.
You could take the full 13-mile challenge of The North Berwyn Way or simply collect it section by section from easily accessible points. If you are looking for something you can do as a family that might occupy an afternoon, then explore our Community Miles routes that take you around our communities, join one of the many weekly walking groups, or discover our country parks using one or more walks to design a route that is suited to your available time and ability.
Did You Know?
Please do remember to make sure you are suitably equipped for your chosen walk. Sturdy boots, waterproof clothing, sun protection, a drink and a really good map will all help to make your walk even more enjoyable. We recommend the large scale 1:25,000 OS Explorer maps (with the orange cover) to help see your route in greater detail, and always follow the Countryside Code.