Out and About
Treuddyn is situated in the enviable position of being both close to areas of outstanding natural beauty and yet near to centres of entertainment and culture.
Within minutes of leaving the centre of the village you can be walking, riding, cycling or driving along quiet and quite lovely lanes or enjoying the many walks, paths or bridleways in the area.
The Black Mountain provides a challenging walk and the Forestry Commission route that links through to Nercwys provides fantastic views across to the Cheshire Plains.
Mold is within 10 minutes drive and provides a great venue in the form of Theatr Clwyd Cymru.
If you have a favourite route in the area please let us know and we can include it on the following pages.
Please remember to consider others and use the Countryside Code when enjoying our area: http://www.countrysidecodewales.org.uk/
Heather and Hillforts
The hills surrounding Treuddyn are special. The Clwydian Range is a spine of purple rolling hills, rising above the valley floors.Read More »
Offa’s Dyke is an amazing 1200 year old linear earthwork which runs through the English/Welsh borders…Read More »
Coed Nant Byr
Coed Nant Byr is also know as Coed Talon Woods and there is a footpath that leads off Ffordd Corwen by the side of the old Coed Talon…Read More »
Arts and Culture
Theatr Clwyd Cymru is the main arts centre in the district, it was opened in 1976…Read More »
The Flintshire Leisure Tour passes through the village of Treuddyn…Read More »
Walking and Rambling
Treuddyn is within easy reach of open countryside…Read More »