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Dee Valley Walks

This series of waymarked and graded routes takes in the beautiful scenery, wildlife and history of this stunning area of North East Wales. The Dee Valley Way and The North Berwyn Way links the two towns of Corwen and Llangollen.

The routes are 15 miles/ 24km in total but if you prefer to pace yourself it can be walked in separate sections. The Llangollen History Trail links the fascinating historical landmarks in the area through a 6 mile/ 9.5 km waymarked walk.Corwen walks is a series of short circular walks exploring the Wildlife and History of the area, including the rich connections with Owain Glyndwr.

Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod

For one week, in one town, over fifty countries gather for one of Wales’ most unique experiences.

This July over 120,000 performers and festival-goers from all over the world visited Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod in the picturesque Dee Valley, North Wales. This cool and cultural event, considered as 'Wales’ gift to the World' was established in 1947 to promote peace and goodwill between nations through music and dance.

Still thriving today, Llangollen Eisteddfod has become one of the world’s most colourful festivals. For one week, in one town, over fifty countries gather for one of Wales’ most unique experiences.


is a mainly Steam hauled Heritage Railway Line starting at Llangollen Station located beside the Dee River Bridge in Llangollen Town, and continuing for 7 ½ miles upstream, following the River Dee to the village of Carrog.

The Railway remains close to the waters of the river for most of it’s length, On the north bank at Llangollen Station, the river is crossed on to the south bank via the Dee Bridge, approximately one mile upstream from Llangollen.

Llangollen Railway was started in 1975 by a group of enthusiasts who saw the potential for a scenic heritage line through the Dee Valley. Their original vision grew into what you can see today.

 7 ½ miles of track have been re-laid westwards along the track-bed of the old Ruabon to Barmouth main line, through  to Carrog, where the line presently terminates.

Bala Adventure & Watersports

Bala Watersports offers the adventure and excitement of outdoor pursuits, to individuals, families, schools and groups. Our highly skilled and qualified instructors will ensure you have a fantastic time, whether you're a complete beginner, have some limited experience, or are on a more advanced course

Quad Biking in North Wales

Looking for adventure activities in North Wales? On Adventure Mountain between Betws-y-Coed and Llangollen it's not just the views that are breathtaking ...

There's more to discover on Adventure Mountain, so browse the website to see what you might find ...

Bring the family for an adrenaline-fuelled day-out on Adventure Mountain. This exciting new tourist attraction is located between Betws-y-Coed and Llangollen in North Wales.

Adventure Mountain .... it’s waiting to be explored

  • Local walks

  • Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod

  • Llangollen Railway

  • Bala Adventure and Watersports

  • Adventure Mountain

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