Right on our doorstep is the fascinating ruin of old St Peter’s church, a grade 11 Listed building dating from the 13th century. It is short walk along a track off the Llandyrnog road.
Outdoor activities Llanbedr DC is a great place to begin to explore the Clwydian Range. Whatever you choose to do you’ll experience the special qualities of this area in safe, accessible surroundings.
- Photography and Painting – be creative in the fresh air with a wealth of scenery, nature and cultural heritage to capture on memory card or film, sketchbook or canvas – like famous British landscape artist Richard Wilson who once immortalised the landscapes of Loggerheads and Moel Famau.
- Para gliding – a regulated site between Bwlch Penbarras car park and Moel Famau provides excellent paragliding opportunities for experienced practitioners who must first acquire a permit.
- Abseiling – at the Devil’s Gorge, a disused lead mine between Loggerheads Country Park and Cilcain, qualified service providers offer instruction and equipment for a thrilling rock and rope experience.
- Geocaching – is a free real-world outdoor treasure hunt. Players try to locate hidden containers, called geocaches, using a smartphone or GPS and can then share their experiences online. You can start by finding the cache in Llanbedr.
- Hire the astroturff at Llanbedr School. Available on weekends, evenings and at all times during school holidays. For further information or to make a booking, contact Sian jones on 0786 753 4402.
- Entertain the kids with the play area at Llanbedr School. You are welcome to use the play area out of school hours. Please make sure you leave the area as you have found it.
- Take a short walk and a picnic up to old St Peters Church. See the history page for more information about the old church.
- Fishing – Bathafarn Hall has its own fishery consisting of two pools well stocked with carp, tench, bream, rudd and roach. The fishery is open to public on a day ticket basis all year.
- Further information – Walking, Cycling and other activity leaflets from the Clwydian Range Centre or website –