Guidebook - Vale View

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Guidebook - Vale View

Mountain Biking

Work class mountain biking facility in Coed Llandegla just two miles from our home.
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One Planet Adventure
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Work class mountain biking facility in Coed Llandegla just two miles from our home.

Fishing

Fantastic fishing on private lakes & delicious, fresh fish in their cafe. Just two miles from our home. The trout salad is highly recommended.
Llandegla Fishery
Fantastic fishing on private lakes & delicious, fresh fish in their cafe. Just two miles from our home. The trout salad is highly recommended.

Group Activities

Only a 5-minute drive from our home & a great activity for groups
Llandegla Laser Combat
Only a 5-minute drive from our home & a great activity for groups
Just 4 miles from our home, Fauxdegla offers introductory clay shooting sessions for individuals or groups. A great way to treat your partner ❤️.
Fauxdegla Shooting Ground
Just 4 miles from our home, Fauxdegla offers introductory clay shooting sessions for individuals or groups. A great way to treat your partner ❤️.

Waterfalls

Nant-y-Ffrith is a beautiful wooded valley with spectacular falls, just a 15-minute walk from our door.
Nant Y Ffrith
Nant-y-Ffrith is a beautiful wooded valley with spectacular falls, just a 15-minute walk from our door.
Plas Power Falls are a short, scenic walk from Nant Mill Visitor Centre, which is a 10-minute drive from our home. It’s a very popular spot for local families & dog walkers.
Plas Power Woods
Plas Power Falls are a short, scenic walk from Nant Mill Visitor Centre, which is a 10-minute drive from our home. It’s a very popular spot for local families & dog walkers.
One of the most stunning waterfalls in the UK, one of the Seven Wonders of Wales and a Site of Special Scientific Interest, Pistyll Rhaeadr is a must see! At 80 metres high, it’s renowned as Britain's tallest single-drop waterfall, and it is breathtaking.
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Pistyll Rhaeadr
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One of the most stunning waterfalls in the UK, one of the Seven Wonders of Wales and a Site of Special Scientific Interest, Pistyll Rhaeadr is a must see! At 80 metres high, it’s renowned as Britain's tallest single-drop waterfall, and it is breathtaking.
Thomas Telford designed this weir to draw water from the River Dee in to the canal, and it became a stunning addition to the landscape. At 140M long, the Horseshoe Falls are a sight to behold. To reach Horseshoe Falls you can enjoy a scenic walk along the Llangollen Canal towpath to the meeting point of the canal and the River Dee. The beautiful Llangollen Canal twists its way through the awesome Welsh hills and across the spectacular Dee Valley & is a top choice for boaters and family visits alike. Both areas are part of the 11 mile long UNESCO World Heritage Site around Pontcysylte Aqueduct and Chirk. 12 miles / 21 minutes
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Horseshoe Falls
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Thomas Telford designed this weir to draw water from the River Dee in to the canal, and it became a stunning addition to the landscape. At 140M long, the Horseshoe Falls are a sight to behold. To reach Horseshoe Falls you can enjoy a scenic walk along the Llangollen Canal towpath to the meeting point of the canal and the River Dee. The beautiful Llangollen Canal twists its way through the awesome Welsh hills and across the spectacular Dee Valley & is a top choice for boaters and family visits alike. Both areas are part of the 11 mile long UNESCO World Heritage Site around Pontcysylte Aqueduct and Chirk. 12 miles / 21 minutes

Nature Walks

World’s End is a narrow vale at the head of the Eglwyseg Valley, enclosed by the cliffs of Craig y Forwyn, Craig y Cythraul, and Craig yr Adar. It’s a popular spot with walkers, cyclists and climbers. The Offa's Dyke Path passes through World's End.
World's End
World’s End is a narrow vale at the head of the Eglwyseg Valley, enclosed by the cliffs of Craig y Forwyn, Craig y Cythraul, and Craig yr Adar. It’s a popular spot with walkers, cyclists and climbers. The Offa's Dyke Path passes through World's End.
A stunning, local hidden gem, accessible on foot, by bike or car. This former quarry is now being reclaimed by nature and boasts peregrine falcons & an abundance of rare butterflies & other insects 🦋
Minera Quarry North Wales Wildlife Trust Nature Reserve
A stunning, local hidden gem, accessible on foot, by bike or car. This former quarry is now being reclaimed by nature and boasts peregrine falcons & an abundance of rare butterflies & other insects 🦋
Expansive green space offering wooded & riverside trails, a playground, visitor centre & cafe.
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Alyn Waters
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Expansive green space offering wooded & riverside trails, a playground, visitor centre & cafe.

Watersports

Hope Lake at Park in the Past offers local wild swimming, kayaking & Stand-Up Paddleboarding (SUP). 6 miles / 12 minutes
Park in the Past
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Hope Lake at Park in the Past offers local wild swimming, kayaking & Stand-Up Paddleboarding (SUP). 6 miles / 12 minutes
Whitewater Active offer a variety of water-based experiences, from Whitewater Rafting to a 90 foot Abseiling experience, from kayaking the whitewater rapids on the River Dee to descending into the mysterious green gorges of Wales. 12 miles / 23 minutes
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Whitewater Active
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Whitewater Active offer a variety of water-based experiences, from Whitewater Rafting to a 90 foot Abseiling experience, from kayaking the whitewater rapids on the River Dee to descending into the mysterious green gorges of Wales. 12 miles / 23 minutes

Hill & Mountain Walks

Moel Famau is the highest hill in the stunning Clwydian Range. The hill has been classed as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty since 1985 & is surrounded by several well-preserved Iron Age hill forts. Part of the Offa's Dyke long-distance footpath crosses the summit of Moel Famau and the Jubilee Tower. 11 miles / 23 minute drive
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Moel Famau
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Moel Famau is the highest hill in the stunning Clwydian Range. The hill has been classed as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty since 1985 & is surrounded by several well-preserved Iron Age hill forts. Part of the Offa's Dyke long-distance footpath crosses the summit of Moel Famau and the Jubilee Tower. 11 miles / 23 minute drive
Cadair Berwyn (832 metres) is the highest point in the Berwyn range, the highest in North East Wales and the highest significant summit in Wales outside the National Parks. The view from the summit on a clear day includes Snowdon, Cadair Idris, Brecon Beacons, Shropshire Hills, Peak District, Yorkshire Dales, Lake District and the Isle of Man. On 11 August 1942, a US Air Forces Boeing B-17E Flying Fortress crashed into the side of Cadair Berwyn resulting in the deaths of all eleven passengers and crew. 28 miles / 60 minutes
Cadair Berwyn
Cadair Berwyn (832 metres) is the highest point in the Berwyn range, the highest in North East Wales and the highest significant summit in Wales outside the National Parks. The view from the summit on a clear day includes Snowdon, Cadair Idris, Brecon Beacons, Shropshire Hills, Peak District, Yorkshire Dales, Lake District and the Isle of Man. On 11 August 1942, a US Air Forces Boeing B-17E Flying Fortress crashed into the side of Cadair Berwyn resulting in the deaths of all eleven passengers and crew. 28 miles / 60 minutes