Crewe And Nantwich Ramblers Visit Berwyn Quarry And Llangollen

On a bright but cold day the C & N Ramblers set off on Sunday November 10th to Llangollen for a walk through the Berwyn Range and the Horseshoe Pass.

Berwyn Quarry

The route then descended down to the Horseshoe Pass where the road was crossed carefully as there were plenty of Sunday drivers out and about.

Following the Eglwyseg River the route continued along the valley passing the remains of Valle Crucis Abbey.

A stop was made for Afternoon Tea at a very conveniently constructed seating area which was very welcome to the walkers.

The walk then continued along the Shropshire Union Canal until reaching Llangollen.

A debriefing was held in The Corn Mill overlooking the River Dee with a few local beverages to end the day.

If you would like to join an active and friendly group of walkers and explore the countryside then you are very welcome to join us. Contact Marie Leeke (Membership Secretary) on 01270 842661 or visit our website www.creweandnantwichramblingclub.org.uk

We are walking fortnightly on Sundays throughout the year and there are also evening rambles on alternate Thursdays during the summer months.
We have members of all ages and have three walks to choose from of six, nine and twelve miles to satisfy everyone.
Travel is by coach departing from Crewe Library at 08.30 with pick-ups at Wells Green, the former Earl of Crewe pub and Nantwich Bus Station.

Afternoon tea stop

Afternoon tea stop