One of only 8 Protected Landscapes in Wales this 35km chain of heather clad hills and limestone cliffs form a spectacular gateway to North East Wales.

Moel Findeg is a small but very prominent mountain on the eastern edge of the Clwydian Range Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (A.O.N.B.). Its underlying rock is limestone formed 350 million years ago under a warm shallow sea. River deltas also deposited the fine millstone grits which are now also a feature of the site. Moel Findeg now supports a unique lowland heath land at high altitude.

There are a number of public footpaths that cross the mountain offering panoramic views in all directions. Since 1999 its westernslopes have been designated a Local Nature Reserve (LNR), freely open to the general public. The eastern slope looking towards the Pennines is privately owned but a permissive footpath leads to the Bishop's Chair View Point. This is agricultural land so please take care around stock

Moel Findeg offers a unique experience for all visitors, so please use this site to find out more about us and to help plan your visit.

We look forward to welcoming you!