Category Archives: Denbighshire

A walk up Moel Fammau.

Our walk this week was in Denbighshire, North Wales. We were walking up to the summit of Moel Fammau part of the Clwydian Range. Although only just over 1800 ft in height the view from the summit is fantastic. On … Continue reading

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At Loggerheads with Crosby Rambling Club.

A slightly misleading title. I do not suggest that I have fallen out or that I am in dispute with the Rambling Club. I mean that yesterday I visited Loggerheads in North Wales with the club. I chose to do … Continue reading

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Corwen countryside

At the weekend I was in Wales with my local rambling club when we visited Corwen. Corwen is situated close to a bend in the River Dee and was once an important staging point on the London to Holyhead road, … Continue reading

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Moel Fferna from Corwen

I’m back in Wales with Les to do a reccee for the next Crosby Rambling Club walk. Only about 11 miles he said, we should be fine!. We set out from Corwen and planned to follow a section of the … Continue reading

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Chirk, a meander through The Marches.

Yesterday we visited Chirk, we were in Border country. Marches is a term used to denote the area on the border of England and Wales. Along the border there are several motte-and-bailey castles such as Chirk. For thousands of years … Continue reading

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