Clwydian Walking and Mountain Hiking

Clwydian Walking and the Clwydian Range

Ffynnon Beuno is the ideal North Wales base for those planning to combine Clwydian walking as part of a luxury glamping getaway.

If you’re planning walking or hiking in the Clwydian Range, we are ideally placed for your stay. We’re only 1.2 miles from Offa’s Dyke and 8 miles from the starting point of the Pilgrims Way.

North Wales and the Clwyds are famous for their wonderful walking routes and the area around Tremeirchion has trails to suit everyone. Ranging from circular walks of just a few miles to breathtaking mountain hikes or the famous 136 mile North Wales Pilgrim’s Way.

Clwydian walking, hiking and views of Clwydian valley.
Take in the sunset and the Vale of Clwyd at the ridge of the Clwydian Range
Beginner to Clwyds walking?

The Clwydian Range and Dee Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is wonderful walking country with one of the most stunning sections of the world famous Offa’s Dyke route running just 1.2 miles away from Ffynnon Beuno. Our stunning local nature reserve Yr Graig with its views out to Snowdonia and down to the coast is just at the end of a footpath that runs through the middle of Ffynnon Beuno so you don’t even need to take the car!

You don’t have to go too far to explore some wonderful walking routes in the area!

Looking for something more challenging?

The North Wales Pilgrims Way is a 136 mile, 2 week trail from Holywell to Bardsey Island. The route has been waymarked starting in Holywell, Flintshire, where you can find St Beuno’s Stone. You can extend the route by starting at Ffynnon Beuno and taking the 8.5 mile walk towards through Afonwen and Babell.

Alternatively, if mountain hiking is what you’re after we can recommend Penycloddiau which is a 5 hour, 12 mile circuit to the summit which sits Hillfort Penycloddiau one of the largest Hillforts in Wales which offers dramatic views of the Clwydian Range.

Moel Famau also offers dramatic views from its summit, located only 30 minutes drive it promises a choice of routes to the Jubilee Tower, from a steady climb to challenging inclines.

There are also plenty of shorter walks in the region’s heathlands, forests and country parks – all linked by local transport.

Staying in our of our glamping shepherds huts provides a perfect base to explore some of the best walking and hiking routes. Either as part of a short walking getaway or longer hiking holiday. Plus we can provide a secure drying area for boots and waterproofs so you can explore in comfort!