GPS Cycle and Walking Routes

Nant Mill and Bersham Waterfall

2 miles (3.2 km)

This walk follows a section of the Clywedog Trail from Nant Mill to Bersham near Wrexham.
It's a lovely area with a country park, woodland trails, a riverside path along the Afon Clywedog and a pretty waterfall to see.
You can start the walk at the visitor centre and car park at Nant Mill. From here you can pick up the waymarked footpath heading east to the waterfall and then to Bersham Bridge. On the way you'll pass through Plas Power Woods where you can look out for a variety of woodland birds.
You can extend your outing by heading north into the village of Coedpoeth or south to the Ty Mawr Reservoir. Erddig Hall and Country Park is located just to the east of Bersham and well worth a visit.

Postcode

LL11 3BT - Please note: Postcode may be approximate for some rural locations

Nant Mill and Bersham Waterfall OS Map - Mobile GPS OS Map with Location tracking

Nant Mill and Bersham Waterfall Open Street Map - Mobile GPS Map with Location tracking

Dog Walking

The woodland trails are ideal for dog walking so you'll probably meet some friendly dogs and their owners on your visit.

Further Information and Other Local Ideas

Just a few miles to the north west there's another scenic waterfall walk at Nant-y-Ffrith. Here you'll find a lovely wooded valley with streams, caves and waterfalls.

Photos

River Clywedog at Nant Mills - geograph.org.uk - 1938218

River Clywedog at Nant Mills

Waterfall, Bersham Woods - geograph.org.uk - 1281873

Waterfall, Bersham Woods

Y Bont Newydd ( The New Bridge ) Nant. - geograph.org.uk - 435195

Y Bont Newydd ( The New Bridge ) Nant. An original postcard of this Bridge was offered for sale on eBAY, which prompted me to photograph it now that it was no longer New.

The Clywedog Trail through Plas Power Woods - geograph.org.uk - 209471

The Clywedog Trail through Plas Power Woods. Great section this, through well managed mixed woodland.

Weir on the Clywedog, Bersham - geograph.org.uk - 622592

Weir on the Clywedog, Bersham

St Mary Esclusham, Bersham - geograph.org.uk - 622594

St Mary Esclusham, Bersham. The Church of Saint Mary is located in a wooded churchyard on the west side of Bersham Village. It was built by T L Fitzhugh, landowner of Plas Power for the use of his household and dependants. It was opened for divine service on the 6 January 1876, and it was consecrated as a private chapel on the 13th October 1883. The Architect was John Gibson, responsible for much of the work on the estate of Plas Power. The building remains a private chapel. The exterior is rock faced rubble in Cefn sandstone with freestone dressings, and leaded roof. In 2009 the roof is now zinc, not lead.

Bersham Ironworks - geograph.org.uk - 394769

Bersham Ironworks. Part of the John (Iron Mad) Wilkinson, Iron works at Bersham, near Wrexham.

Bersham Heritage Centre - geograph.org.uk - 310989

Bersham Heritage Centre. Reconstructed horse gin.

Video

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