SUNDAY APRIL 30
TRAIN RIDE & WALK
8 miles MODERATE
including Train Fare
10.00am to leave at 10.15am
at the Courtyard Café,
off Castle Street,
Llangollen LL20 8NY
ON ROUTE: there are a couple of steep'ish climbs and a few stiles. Underfoot the paths are generally good.
STURDY FOOTWEAR: is advised
FOOD: bring drinks, snacks / packed lunch.
WEATHER: keep an eye on the weather in the days leading-up to the walk, a waterproof jacket and trousers may be needed.
DOGS: sorry NO dogs.
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join Anita, our ever popular and friendly walk leader.
We meet at the Courtyard Café off Castle Street where you can enjoy a tea, coffee and snacks before the off, if you would like to enjoy a tea / coffee in the before the off please allow extra time.
Sign-in at 10.00:
We must leave at 10.15 and walk to the Railway Station to catch the 10.40 Steam Train.
You'll have a 20 minute nostalgic train ride, so sit-back and watch the beautiful Dee Valley and river go by.
This walk takes us along the beautiful River Dee valley using some sections of the newly rerouted Dee Valley Way.
We start with a couple of steep'ish climbs but not too bad, there are 8 stiles on the way back to Llangollen. The route takes a lovely meander through hill farms with spring lambs in the fields and views of the Llantysilio Mountains and River Dee.
We plan to stop at the Sun Inn at Rhewl (historic drovers Inn) for a break however, do bring food, snacks and drink.
We'll visit the Horseshoe Falls and finish the walk on a pretty stretch of the Llangollen Canal where you will see the horse drawn boats, to end at the Canal Wharf Café between 4.00 and 4.30pm.
PACKED LUNCH -
If you require a PACKED LUNCH for this walk, Courtyard Café are happy to prepare it for you.
Please contact them on
01978 861885 the day before this walk.
This walk is sponsored by
SECRET HILLS Walking Holidays
& Short Breaks
Striding, Walking, Strolling
and Ambling -
we have it all.
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Contact: 01694 723600
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