LIVERPOOL FC legend Jamie Carragher spent an afternoon in the Denbighshire sunshine over the weekend.

The 42-year-old, now a Sky Sports pundit and commentator, took advantage of the great weather at Moel Famau on Sunday.

He walked the Clwydian Range alongside his son to enjoy the spectacular views it gives, just like many other visitors had done over the weekend.

The former Premier League defender shared a picture of his visit on Instagram with the caption "Dad & Lad walk #moelfamau".

Fellow Liverpool legend Michael Owen seemed to approve of his trip. The once prolific forward, who grew up in Flintshire, responded to Carragher's post saying: "My neck of the woods".

Although he is now known for being a pundit alongside former Manchester United hero Gary Neville on Sky Sports, Carragher was previously regarded as one of the best defenders in England's top flight.

During a career spanning 17 years, he made more than 730 appearances for his beloved Liverpool and is their second longest-serving player of all time behind Ian Callaghan who played 857 matches.

During his time with The Reds, Carragher won the League Cup on three occasions, as well as the FA Cup, Community Shield and UEFA Super Cup twice and also has a UEFA Champions League UEFA Cup winners medals to his name.

The former defender also earned himself 38 international caps for England between 1999 and 2010.

Nowadays, Carragher is known for his often over the top debates with fellow Premier League legend Gary Neville on Sky Sports.

Carragher and his son were just two of the thousands of walkers who flocked to North Wales this weekend following months in lockdown.

Huge crowds gathered in Snowdonia, with Pen Y Pass car park full early on Sunday morning and Police warned people not to block roads.