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Heather and Hillforts

The hills surrounding Treuddyn are special. The Clwydian Range is a spine of purple rolling hills, rising above the valley floors. The upland moorland contains a patchwork of heather, bilberry and gorse.

It is home to a special community of upland breeding birds such as the rare black grouse, the red grouse, hen harrier, merlin, ring ouzel, whinchat and wheatear. The landscape holds the footprint of past communities and cultures, dominated by an exceptional chain of Iron Age hillforts. 

Treuddyn Circular Walks

Circular walks in the village and wider area.

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Offa’s Dyke

Offa’s Dyke is an amazing 1200 year old linear earthwork which runs through the English/Welsh borders from Treuddyn (near Wrexham in north east Wales) to Sedbury Cliffs (on the Severn estuary, in southern Gloucestershire).

 

Offa’s Dyke

Swans Farm Trail

Circular walk of Ffrith Farm, Treuddyn

Coed Talon Woods

Two broad-leaved woodlands following streams.

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Flintshire Leisure Tour

The Flintshire Leisure Tour passes through the community of Treuddyn.

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