The Range is a great place to be active in the fresh air amidst beautiful scenery. Whatever you choose you'll experience the special qualities of this area in magnificent, safe, accessible surroundings.
Follow Offa's Dyke Path, one of Britain's greatest long distance trails, the length of the Range - or just enjoy short strolls to viewpoints, day hikes through varied scenery or gentle walks in the valleys, perhaps taking in a pub lunch
Cycling and Mountain Biking
Undulating scenery, a network of side roads, quiet lanes and by-ways make for varied and interesting cycling throughout the Range, with more demanding mountain bike country nearby at Coed Llandegla.
On horseback is one of the best ways to see many parts of the Range - uncrowded bridle ways with spectacular views from the saddle provide for short rides or longer treks.
Specialist facilities provide for excellent fishing in wonderful surroundings, such as carp fishing at beautiful Llyn Gweryd.
Photography and Painting
Be creative in the fresh air with a wealth
of scenery, nature and cultural heritage to capture on camera, sketchbook or canvas - like famous British landscape artist Richard Wilson who immortalised the landscapes of Loggerheads and Moel Famau.
A regulated site between Bwlch Penbarras car park and Moel Famau provides excellent paragliding opportunities for experienced practitioners who must first acquire a permit.
At the Devil's Gorge, a disused lead mine between Loggerheads Country Park and Cilcain, qualified service providers offer instruction and equipment for a thrilling rock and rope experience.