THE Corwen Walking Festival will be held once again this year, across a two-day period in September.

Taking place on the weekend of September 2 and 3, the festival will comprise as many as 13 different walks during the two days.


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Now in its 12th year, the festival offers a choice of guided or self-led walks in the Dee Valley, Berwyn and the surrounding mountains and hills.

Its 2023 programme, which includes a night walk on the first day, will be as follows:

Saturday, September 2

1. Berwyn Ridge from Llangynog to Llandrillo

2. North Berwyn Way from Corwen

3. Ponderosa to Corwen

4. Moel Fferna to Carrog

5. Tegid Way to Llandrillo

6. Arenig Fawr

7. Pen Y Pigyn

8. Caer Drewyn by night

Sunday, September 3

1. Dee Valley Way

2. Cadair Bronwen from Llandrillo

3. Caer Drewyn Hillfort

4. Pen Y Pigyn

5. Local Beauty Walk

A statement from the organisers read: “We have had to get over a few difficulties this year, but are very much open for bookings .

“This year, we will be asking some walkers to meet us at the start point and will notify people of this.

“Please book by emailing

“We look forward to welcoming you to Corwen.”