Zip World Quarry - Home to Titan, the first 4 person zip line in Europeand all weather underground adventures Bounce Below and Zip World Caverns.
Zip World Fforest - Zip Safari, Skyride, Treetop Nets, Fforest Coaster, Tree Hoppers. A fab place, plenty to do for all the family over a whole day.
Zip World Penrhyn Quarry - Home to Zip World Velocity, the fastest zip line in the world and the longest in Europe. Awesome, exhilarating -you could be travelling at over 100mph. Highly recommended by my adrenalin seeking guests.
Fancy yourself as a surf fanatic try Surf Snowdonia, different areas from advanced, intermediate and beginners so all abilities can have a go. But it’s not just for surfers as there’s a very modern, warm cafe/bar where you can sit in comfort and watch the surfers through the large glass windows. Tuition is given beforehand if required and equipment provided.
If you like lots of fun, good instructors and beautiful scenery then book an activity with Get Wet.
Fun for all the family or your group of friends, young or older - White water rafting, high ropes, gorge walking, paintballing.
Choose from the various packages on offer and enjoy the thrills and excitement.
Why not have a go, It's not only one of the biggest tracks in the UK, it's also one of the best too.
Great track and karts with very experienced staff who give good instruction. Fun for all the family, children over eight years (130cm min height).
Whatever your tastes from down hilling to cross country, canal tow-paths to steep forestry we have it all.
The terrain is uniquely diverse allowing for all disciplines of cycling to be carried out within a small radius of Corwen. From family cycling to challenging black routes and everything in between.
Try it for someones Birthday or just for enormous fun, very well organised with very experienced staff to guide you.
Your nerves will soon be forgotten, and you will be sorry to see the end in sight. A great day out, friendly staff with patience and humour, well organised with safety briefing, lovely café and walks for those in your party just watching!
Why not give it a go just 20 minutes’ drive away in Bala, Snowdonia National Park. Other activities also available.
North East Wales’ very own ‘stream in the sky' and as important as Stonehenge Walk along the Llangollen Canal and on approaching its towering arches across the Dee Valley come into view. Great views from the top, narrowboat cruises and boat hire are available but it's also worth visiting as a walker. Take the B road towards Froncysyllte and (if safe to do so!) look up at the aqueduct. If there's a boat crossing at the time, it puts the dimensions into perspective.
This landmark is a must do if you’re physically able. I climbed with a 2, 4, 6 and 75 year old!
A relatively easy but uphill climb - the castle was built c. 1260AD and is very atmospheric.
The views at the top are incredible and some of the stone ruins make for great ‘frames’ for your photos. There are several boards providing information. Take your time to enjoy the peace and quiet.
Lots of other great walks around this area, the Eglwyseg limestone escarpment can be seen to the East and Worlds End is a lovely walk.
Have you any idea what beauty lies just off the A5 near Corwen. Rhug Chapel looks like any other from the outside but inside is a riot of 17th century decoration which gives a unique insight in to how our ancestors worshipped before the Victorians.
The carvings and artwork will blow you away and there’s also a small exhibition. Soak up the quiet and calm mixed with the wow factor of the inside and cast your imagination back to bygone days.
Langar Church is a few centuries older than Rug Chapel. Its simple appearance once again hides wonders inside. Check with CADW or Rhug about entry. A nice easy walk along the old railway line from Corwen.
If you love train journeys spend a day on the train journeying from Corwen to Llangollen along the beautiful Dee Valley.
If you're a member of National Trust you can get in free, but it’s well worth paying if you’re not.
Amazing house and gardens. Tours of inside and outside are well worth doing. Such a lot to see and do, take a picnic and you can spend most of the day here in spring and summer.
One of the finest National Trust sites, impressive range of buildings and grounds. Also the Hayloft restaurant offers good food in nice surroundings.
An imposing Welsh Castle well worth a visit, interesting rooms and beautiful gardens. It is a long walk up from the car park but if you have mobility problems then make use of the mini bus.
The structure and design of the castle is really impressive, the rooms on view are fully furnished with fascinating wall and ceiling decoration and the castle has a great dark and dank dungeon.
Activities for children and nice walks in the grounds.
When in Llangollen this house is a must see and I believe it is well worth the ticket price.
The house is steeped in history and the rooms are filled with intricate wood panelling and are fascinating to walk round.
Lovely tea rooms, lovely gardens, great views and interesting history.