Offa's Dyke Part 5: Moel Famau
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This is the fifth in a series of day walks along the Offa's Dyke Path - the idea is to eventually walk from the North Wales Coast to the border with England in stages, taking in some beautiful scenery en-route.
This particular walk starts in the village of Cilcain and heads towards the summit of Moel Famau with its famous Jubilee Tower (or rather, what's left of it - most of it blew down in a storm in 1862). We'll then follow the Offa's Dyke Trail northwards towards Moel Arthur, before turning eastwards along farm tracks back towards Cilcain.
In total, the walk is about 7 miles. The climb towards Moel Arthur is steep and so a good level of fitness will be required.
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Food & drink
You'll need to bring a packed lunch with you, along with enough water to keep you hydrated during the walk (recommended 1-2 litres).
There will be an optional pub stop at the end of the walk.