Clwydian Range The Clwydian Range forms a 35km north – south chain of undulating hills extending to 160 and rising to 554 metres at the summit of Moel Famau in the centre of the area. The hills stretch from the Vale of Clwyd in the west to the foothills of the Dee Estuary to the east; from Prestatyn Hillside in the north to the Nant y Garth pass in the South. The AONB receives large numbers of visitors, particularly at its two Country Parks of Loggerheads and Moel Famau. The Offa’s Dyke National Trail follows almost the entire length of the ridge crest. Minera Lead Mine     Minera lead mines are set in a country park below Minera Mountain which is open all year round. Minera Mountain is also good walking territory and there is a footpath up the mountain from the country park. The lead mines' car park is the starting point for walking the Clywedog Trail or you can drive over the top to World's End and Llangollen World's End lies on a single track road from the small village of Minera near Wrexham, which crosses Esclusham Mountain and the Ruabon Moors to a public car park at the top of the Eglwyseg valley. The road crosses the Eglwyseg River by a ford, then goes on towards Pentre Dwr, under the Horseshoe Pass, leading eventually to Llangollen or onto the Panorama in Trevor. Loggerheads Country Park Loggerheads Country Park is a popular visitor destination, attracting over 100,000 visitors every year. The Countryside Centre gives visitors an insight in to the history and life within the Park and provides a wealth of information and an excellent learning opportunity. The Discovery Trail gets visitors out & about in the park. They can see evidence of the history for themselves, along with abundant wildlife. Visitors also get the chance to become a Trail Detective and collect the secret symbols. Woodland, riverside and cliff top experiences - a fantastic day out for all the family.