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Made up of five sections, it takes you ‘off the beaten track’ through a fascinating landscape that is both majestic and peaceful. Discover the remains of the slate quarries where generations toiled high up on the mountainsides. Stride across the heather clad ridge. Enjoy the magnificent views. Savour the peace and solitude.

Maps: OS Explorer 255

Distance: 24 km/15 miles (full trail)

Duration: Allow 112 days (full trail)

Difficulty: The first section is easy but all others are difficult.

North Berwyn Way

Welcome to the North Berwyn Way, a 15 mile linear trail that climbs the wild North Berwyn Mountains to the south of the River Dee. To walk the full 15 miles start at either Corwen or Llangollen, both towns are on the main A5 (London-Holyhead) road, just inside the Welsh-English border, in North Wales. 

The 24 kilometre/15 mile route is waymarked, and split into five sections that start and finish at easily accessible points. It is a challenging route for experienced walkers and it is essential to be properly equipped with walking boots, waterproof clothing and the large scale 1:25,000 OS Explorer map (orange cover): 255 Llangollen and the Berwyns, on which the route can be followed in greater detail.

North Berwyn Way brochure

North Berwyn Way brochure

WELCOME to the North Berwyn Way, a 15 mile linear trail that climbs the wild North Berwyn Mountains to the south of the River Dee.

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