Wilderness Wales


Clwydian Range

In the far northwest of Wales lies a range of hills often overlooked by hillwalkers heading toward Snowdonia. In spite of their small stature, they reach over 500m and form a long chain of interestingly shaped hills, often occupied by hill forts due to their prominent positions overlooking the landscape. These make excellent walking country, particularly for those who want something a little less challenging than the bigger hills further west.