Eyarth Rocks is part of an area special scientific interest, protected due to the scarce geological features found there, including specialist plants and invertebrates, especially butterflies.
There are an abundance of local walking routes and trails surrounding Eyarth Station, including one of Lonely Planet’s World’s Greatest Walks at nearby Offa’s Dyke.
Due to the exceptional local geographic features, there are a wide range of cycle routes, for all standards of riders, within a short distance of Eyarth Station. The local paths include road and mountain trails.
Whether you prefer coarse or game fishing, there a number of local spots for keen anglers. There are also local angling clubs for all ages and abilities.
The annual Vale of Clwyd Festival of Real Ale and Cider provides the opportunity to sample a selection of approximately 60 different real ales and 12 ciders.
Ruthin is like nowhere else in Wales. It’s a surprising little town layered with centuries of history and set in one of the most beautiful landscapes in Britain.