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All reviews worth the climb steep walk well worth the effort castle ruins panorama walk fantastic views zig zag path take your time great walk surrounding countryside hard work sun trevor llangollen town information boards ascent valley crow
Fabulous old ruins set atop of a steep hill that is a struggle of a walk up but so well worth it when you get there. The road up, like most in the area, is a single track so take care when driving up. Once...More
One of my favourite places in the World.
I go up year round, it’s often better in the Winter as the view is clearer and it’s less crowded!
You can see England (Shropshire& Staffs) on one side and the Berwyn Range on the other!
This is a delightful climb amidst gorse and bracken, Grassington and rocks. You need to be reasonably fit to rich the top to the remains of the Welsh Castle. From here you get excellent views of Llangollen and surrounding hills with a magnificent limestone escarpment...More
If you want a rather strenuous walk/climb then start in the town. If you want to minimize all that then leave town and drive to the pub called Sun Trevor and start up the road next to the pub. It is one lane. Go till...More
You can start the walk from Llangollen either from the Sun Trevor pub end or from Wern Road. But we drove along Wern Road ( very narrow!) to the top and you can park along the grass verges. There is no car park on top...More