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Morda Valley, Welsh borders

Difficulty Leisurely

Walking time 4 hours 30 minutes

Length 14.9km / 9.2mi

Route developer: Neil Coates

Route checker: Matthew Jones

Start location Craignant car park (SJ254349)
Route Summary The far eastern fringes of the Berwyn Mountains lurch across the landscape as a series of ridges, deep valleys and moorland domes. This walk threads through rippling countryside, intermingling Offa's Dyke Path and the Ceiriog Trail.
2 reviews
Overall rating:
May 25, 2019
(3 reviews)
For a hilly area this is a relatively easy walk. No really steep slopes, fantastic views and, once you leave Offa's Dyke path, you have the place largely to yourself. Easy navigation, good paths and great views in all directions.
Jul 20, 2017
(2 reviews)
A fine walk, but the car park can only take about 10 cars in case you are coming with a large group. As an alternative ending, take the tarmac lane from Llechrydau to the bridleway leading through Craignant woods. This means the end of the walk is on a nice wooded downhill broad path rather than on a lane. The bridleway has recently been cleared of a fallen tree by Wrexham council at our request. Berwyn Ramblers
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