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The start of the walk is in Ruabon, which is on several bus routes from Wrexham. At the time of writing, free car parking space is available at Station Road grid ref. SJbut there is also parking in the village centre nearby. Starting from Station Roadturn left onto the main road, passing the Roundhouse 1an early 18th-century jail. A few metres further on is the Wynnstay Arms 2an old coach-house.
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Soon you will pass the Old Grammar School on your left and the almshouses on your right. Just over the railway bridge, turn right and follow the footpath along the edge of the cemetery. Cow parsley and rosebay willowherb grow here in abundance. There is an excellent view to your right of houses built from the famous local red brick.
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You can also see a clay pit away to your left. Turn left, following the cemetery boundary. Look northeast, and on a clear day, you can see the Peckforton Hills and Beeston Castle in the distance. You are now on what was probably an original track from the hill fort, which you will see later.
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Go quietly through the farmyard, passing the recent barn conversions. Reach the road and turn right. There are some majestic old oak, beech and sycamore trees here. Turn left just before the Industrial Estate into a lane. As you follow the steep uphill path, you may notice the great variety of plant life. There are also holly, horse chestnut and elder trees. Follow the bend round to the right past the chalet-type house. A little further on, you can see the Ice House 4 on the left and, on the opposite side of the road, the site of Gardden Lodge 5.
Up around the bend and past Pen-y-Coedthe remains of the prehistoric Hillfort 8 come into view.
The board contains some interesting natural and historical background information on the area. There are some beautiful beech trees here as well as an abundance of birdlife. Extensive, picturesque views to the right reveal the now restored and landscaped Delph open-cast mine workings. You will come to a sandstone quarry on your right; from the point where it is closest to the path, count 80 average adult paces to a fork.
Take the path on the right and, after 25 paces, turn left down a slight slope SJ Keep going downhill to pass another quarry on the left. Here you find yourself on a narrow ridge, with a chain mesh fence to your left, between the quarry and the river valley.
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Once nearing the bottom, continue in the same direction to find a broad cart track and waymarker. The bridge was a notorious spot for suicides in the 18th century. The wood is rich with plant life: bluebell, ramsons, yellow archangel, and oak, beech and rowan trees, to name but a few. Go over the bridge and follow the path to the right up the hill. Turn right onto the B Across the road, notice the clinker in the wall. Once over the stile, the trail then descends gradually to a footbridge.
Go over the footbridge and follow the obvious path diagonally right across the field. Reach the top of the embankment and head straight on.
You will pass a way to your right. Cross over a culvert and pass through a few trees into an open field. Descend to the hedge on your right, which you should then follow. This grassy bank is unimproved meadowland — a sanctuary for wildflowersincluding vetch, sweet vernal grass, field woodrush and birdsfoot trefoil. Head for the large beech tree in the bottom corner of the field. Once you hop over the stile, you are back in Rocky Woods 6. Follow the main track through the woods. This time, continue past the bridge along the track, passing the red brick cottages to the road.
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Walk along the top of the steep bank, near to the hedge. The curious ridges in this field are a result of landslipa common feature of clay soils on steep slopes.
Step over the stile on the other side of this field and follow the path. Walk along the boardwalk into some trees to reach the road. Turn right. Take the lane to the left of the Great Western public house posted for the station and follow it to the footbridge across the river.
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The waterfall is host to a variety of plant life. Look out for sycamore, willow and rowan trees, and, in the spring, ramsons, bluebell and cow parsley.
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We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept. Please Note The start of the walk is in Ruabon, which is on several bus routes from Wrexham. At times the route can be muddy, so we recommend you wear stout footwear. Start from Station Road 1 Roundhouse. Ice House 4.
Gardden Lodge 5. Rocky Woods 6.
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