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Dee Way

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Publication Type
Guidebook
Author
David Berry
ISBN
9781908748416
Date Published
2016
Size
A5
Number of Pages
120pp
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Publisher's Information 2016

The River Dee is one of the most historic and beautiful rivers in Britain, passing through a changing landscape of high scenic quality. Starting life in the mountains south west of Llanuwchllyn in the southern area of Snowdonia National Park, the river flows through Llyn Tegid, the largest natural lake in Wales. It continues along the broad wooded valley to Corwen, then heads eastwards through the stunningly beautiful steep-sided valley past Llangollen, before meandering northwards through the borderland flood plains to its tidal limit at Chester weir. From here it flows along a long tidal estuary, with its mudflats, saltmarshes, sand dunes and low cliffs, which for centuries was an important shipping route and is now internationally renowned for its birdlife habitats.


Paths Covered by this Publication:

227 km / 141 miles

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