Explore the gardens an wider estate surrounding this 13th century castle in Wrexham. The estate is a mixture of pasture and woodland and covers 460 acres with a number of well maintained footpaths to follow. The award-winning gardens cover 5.5 acres with lawns, herbaceous borders, rose, shrub and rock gardens, and a wooded pleasure ground. From the terrace overlooking the 18th century ha-ha there are stunning views over the Cheshire and Salop plains.
You can extend your walking in the area by heading east from the castle and trying the Chirk to Llangollen Canal Walk. This passes the famous Pontcysyllte Aqueduct where you can also pick up the Panorama Walk which will take you up to the lovely World's End.