Outdoor activities in North Wales
Wales may be famous for Snowdonia but it also boasts a vast network of coast and countryside, including crashing waterfalls and unspoilt beaches.
35-min drive from Bodelwyddan Castle, LL33 0LPThe postcode takes you to Aber Falls car park – from there it’s a 6km walk to the falls, but with very little incline don’t be put off by the distance, as you’ll be rewarded with the sight of the iconic waterfall crashing down green-covered rocks into the river below.
40-min drive from Bodelwyddan Castle, CH7 5SH.The highest hill in the Clwydian Range, which also gives its name to the Moel Famau country park, has been classed as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty since 1985. Enjoy a number of walks to reach the summit of Jubilee Tower, the most moderate of which is 5.8km (approx 2 hours).
Parking available for £1.50 all day.