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Walking the Dee Valley Way


 
How to find the Dee Valley Way
The Dee Valley Way runs for 24km/15 miles between Corwen and Llangollen. Both towns are on the main A5 (London-Holyhead) road, just inside the Welsh-English border, in North Wales.


First choose your starting point: either Corwen or Llangollen. Although the guide sets out from Corwen, the Dee Valley Way can be walked in either direction. To follow the route from Llangollen to Corwen, simply work through the sections in reverse order. For a shorter walk, select a section or two to suit your needs – or travel to or from your walk by steam train or horse-drawn canal boat.


Download the "Dee valley walks" Leaflet here....

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The whole 24 kilometre/15 mile route is clearly waymarked, and split into five sections that start and finish at easily accessible points. It’s a good idea, to take along a large scale OS Explorer map (orange cover): either 255 Llangollen and the Berwyns, or 256 Llangollen and Wrexham, which show the route in greater detail – as well as revealing other places to visit along the way.



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