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Wrexham

'The Mosses offer flat soft-surface easy level walking on mown tracks, but walking boots or wellingtons are recommended ... Three interlinking Mosses Trails explore the towpaths of the can ...
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'All of the walks are free and led by volunteers involved in the Walkabout Wrexham & District group. We would love you to join us! There are currently 13 weekly walks and between 8-15 ...
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'Come and enjoy a series of FREE walks exploring the beauty and history of NE Wales.'


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Note that there are several variations possible around and about this Walk - the 23 miles covering the widest extent of what was originally devised as a horse riding trail.


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'The River Clywedog has always been the lifeblood of the valley, watering crops and livestock since early times, powering corn mills and driving industrial machinery. During the 18th and early 19th ...
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'It can be cold and wet on the moor; it is always boggy. Check the weather forecast. Take suitable footwear, waterproofs, torch, whistle, compass and food. Pack a snack for 8 miles and a good meal ...
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'The walks are mostly based in the Ceiriog Valley, and start from the front door of The Hand, but there are also walks in there around Chirk, Oswestry Racecourse and even into Snowdonia.'< ...
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