Corwen Walking Festival SplashMap – Clwydian and Dee Valley ‘Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty’
Corwen is in the Clwydian and Dee Valley ‘Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty’ and even from the main car park in the heart of Corwen you can see just how it gained this status. Just look up and you will see the dramatic Caer Drewyn hillfort looking down over the town. Corwen is situated on the A5, at one end of the magnificent and majestic Dee Valley.
The Corwen Walking Festival
The Corwen Walking Festival will take place over the weekend of the 3rd and 4th September, 2016. Corwen is a fantastic venue for this type of event and is a wonderful base for walking enthusiasts as it offers walks from the town that suit all levels of walking. From walks around Corwen itself, finding out about the history of the town, to a high level ridge walk along the Berwyn reaching over 800 metres in height, the Corwen Walking Festival has it all. We are offering guided walks on both days and you have the choice of a full day walk or, with some of the shorter walks, doing one in the morning and another in the afternoon.
- Unparalleled detail and coverage -our 72 x 72cm map covers the full area of the Marathon’s three routes & their beautiful surrounds.
- Fabulous Mapping – for this map we have used the Ordnance Survey 1:25 000 series maps (Explorer)
- Practical print on practical material – our maps are on a weatherproof wearable fabric. They’ll be on hand when you need, don’t need folding, shrug-off any kind of weather and make cool headgear too.
Not only will it guide you around the course, but makes an excellent souvenir of the occasion and of course it has all the wonderful properties of the original SplashMaps; waterproof, tearproof, breathable, washable, very wearable and able to be scrunched up for easy storage.
Major Settlements and Features:
Corwen, Dee Valley, Cynwyd, Carrog, Glyndyfrdwy, Pandy, LLandrillo
Dimensions on map:
14km x 14km
Size of product (including borders):
72cm x 72cm (approximately)