The name Moel Famau translates as Mother of the Mountains. The walk up Moel Famau is very popular as it is a gentle climb, giving wide views across the Vale of Clwyd and beyond. The trail begins at Bwlch Pen Barras Car Park. It is one and a half miles and takes about an hour to the summit.
At the end of the walk you will reach remains of the Jubilee Tower that sits at the highest point in the Moel Famau Country Park.
From the summit you can either retrace your steps or choose another route for your decent.
Along the way you will learn about the early settlers,the hill forts, the wildlife and natural heritage and hear stories from enthusiasts and experts who all share a love
for this evocative landscape.
Working to reconnect people to the heritage of the uplands.
Working to better the condition of heather moorland for agriculture, nature conservation and public enjoyment
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Mp3 download updated and revised Jan 2009
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