Day one- and first walk, a nice easy and interesting with lots of interesting facts and history of Corwen our guided walk to Caer Drewyn hillfort.
i have only posted two photo from the first walk as light was really poor but the two photos nare of the hillfort itself and a view from the top but on a clear day i am sure are rewarding.
overall a really enjoyable short walk.
Corwen Walking Festival takes place over the weekend the 30th August to the 31st August 2014. Corwen is a fantastic venue for this type of event and is a wonderful base for walking enthusiasts as it offers walks from the town that suit all levels of walking. From walks around Corwen itself finding out about the history of the Town to a high level ridge walk along the Berwyn reaching over 800 metres in height.
above:Caer Drewyn hillfort.
below:view from the fort looking down on the Dee Valley and Corwen
day one-second walk to liberty hall a derelict shooting lodge on the grouse moor above corwen via Pen Y Pigyn via Cynwyd, a moderate walk of 13.5km on the northern end of Berwyn.The weather on the summit of liberty hall changed as we got on the summit (my last blog i noted the notorious bad weather in the Berwyns) but we were lucky enough to see a couple of grouse fly up out of the heather.
On a good day there are fantastic views into Snowdonia and over the Clwydian and Dee Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty from liberty hall.
we not posted many photos as again on the first walk the light was poor but i will be doing another overall blogg on corwen walking festival