North Wales Borderlands
The North Wales Borderlands is a place where two countries meet.
There are more than 50 featured walks in the Borderlands to choose from on this web site alone. Which means you can find yourself in a different landscape everyday. And it’s so easy to get to – just hop over the border and in no time at all you can take the Alwen Trail to the heathery moors at Hiraethog. Discover the wildlife of the Dee Estuary. Follow Offa’s Dyke Path through the Vale of Clwyd. Enjoy quiet riversides and woody bits in Flintshire, or forests and lakes in the Conwy Valley. Explore mines, moorland and mountains and walk to the very end of the world. Well, to World’s End, Wrexham at least.
of the 'Seven Wonders of Wales' are right here.
tallest waterfall in Wales. We've other wonders, too. Every year,
competitors from all over the world flock to Llangollen's famous
music festival. And that's not the only thing we're famous for. We're
acknowledged as having some of the best rambling routes in Wales. Even
grounds at Erddig have 13 miles of footpaths. And we're fast becoming
one of the best mountain biking venues in the UK. Not so long ago we
were voted 'Undiscovered Golf Destination of the Year'. Golfers have
been discovering us
The Clwydian Range Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) covers 62 square miles of North East Wales, stretching from near Prestatyn in the north to the Nanat y Garth pass in the south and from the Vale of Clwyd in the west to the Dee Estuary in the east.