Offa’s Dyke

There are an abundance of local walking routes surrounding Eyarth Station, including one of Lonely Planet’s World’s Greatest Walks at Offa’s Dyke.

More information is available from The Offa’s Dyke Association, an independent voluntary organisation that provides information and other services to people who enjoy exploring the heritage and countryside of the England-Wales border. They seek to promote and protect the 1200-year-old Offa’s Dyke and the Offa’s Dyke Path, a National Trail 177 miles long.

Drop-off and pick-up details

dropoffWe have several pick-up points along Offa’s Dyke.

Our usual pick-up points are:
1, Moel Arthur car park
2, Bwlch Penbarras (Moel Famau car park)
3, Clwyd gate
4, Llandegla, Pen Y Ffrith fisheries on the 5431
(Offa’s Dyke path crosses this road)

For other drop-off and pick-up points please contact us.
Packed lunches and evening meals are available with prior request.

Please note – If your stay is more than 1 night we will not charge a pick up/ drop off fee.

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Drop-off & pick-up map – Eyarth Station = 5

Path finders

We recommend visiting Ramblers.org and entering our postcode (LL15 2EE) to check out the variety of paths and tracks nearby.

Walk4life.info also has some good routes.

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