The Clwydian Range, formerly Flintshire Range, is a series of hills, highest peak Moel Famau reaching 1818ft / 554m,
east of the Vale of Clwyd, spanning the Denbighshire and Flintshire boundary in North Wales,
designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty in 1985.
Since November 2011, the AONB has been extended southwards
into Wrexham Borough, to include Chirk and the Dee valley westwards to Llangollen,
encompassing the World Heritage Site, Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and Canal.
The south extension included the town of Corwen, historical landmarks such as Valle Crucis Abbey,
and natural features of Eglwyseg Escarpment, Horseshoe Pass and Esclusham Mountain.
Official information for visitors on the 35km chain of heather clad hills and limestone cliffs form one of only 8 protected landscapes in Wales, the southern extension. Includes activities, projects, events, and news blog.
Guide to the Hiraethog region, an unspoilt area of heather moor, forests and lakes. Includes information on planning a trip, accommodation, things to do, wildlife and nature.
Blog for walkers in the Clwydian Range, featuring the remains of Jubilee Tower hill fort. Includes photos and news for thw summit on the boundary of Flintshire in Denbighshire, north of Llanferres.
Guide for visitors, with activities, local accommodation and businesses, social media links, client login and map of the area.
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