This will take place over the Weekend of the 3rd and 4th of September will involve a great number of walks from the town of Corwen to suit all different levels of hiking. From complete beginners to experienced trekkers, you’ll have the chance to revel in the surrounding countryside, meet likeminded folk, and rediscover a love of rambling.
This is a fantastic venue for this kind of event as it is the ideal base for walking enthusiasts as it offers access to some of the area’s most breath-taking walks of all varied types. From Field striding, riverside trekking, mountain hiking, cliff scrambles and hill walking, you’ll be able to get to anything easily enough.
This historical town has tonnes of stories and history to tell of, and is therefore a prime location for anyone wanting to get an authentic location centric and educational trip to this glorious welsh region.
All walks are completely free of charge, so getting involved won’t actually cost you anything. However you will be able to get a hold of refreshments and food before and after the walks at local vendors, and donations will be gratefully accepted.
Come check out the festival see what’s going on in the town, attend some skills talks, peruse the outdoor equipment or tag along on one of the treks, get as involved as you want to be.
There is a main carpark in the centre of Corwen where you’ll be able to dock your car up before heading out on the open trail.
The best thing about this is its not purely hikes for distance and endurance, but also loads which will give you a real insight into the local history, as there are guided historical and archaeological walks to go along with.
There are plenty of hotels and holiday parks in Kinmel Bay to stay in during your stay in the area.
Some of the awesome walks that are available include a tour of Corwen town, Pen Y Pigin, Caer Drewyn hillfort, Liberty Hall, Rhug Estate historical walk, Stone Circle Walk. Cadair Bronwen and much more.