Mountain was once famous for being the Grouse shooting capital of North Wales.
Originally woodland covered this landscape, but for centuries it has been
managed as heather moor land for shooting game birds.
Today this area is
a great wildlife destination.
Some moors are wild and inhospitable places, but they are
also great places to see nature if you're prepared to look carefully.
- Moorlands are good places for wildlife watchers because
are rich in game birds and heathland plants.
Moor - Visitor Guide
Moor, near Ruabon, north Wales.
Llandegla Forest - 01978 751656
Llandegla Forest - firstname.lastname@example.org|
Survey:||OS ref SJ 227520|
The Ruabon Mountain
Black Grouse Hide is based on the edge of Ruabon Moor at the Llandegla Forest
Centre. See the RSPB
website for more details.
Much of the area's wildlife can be
seen from the road and from paths across the moors. Please keep on paths to protect
the birds and their sensitive habitat.
kit:||Binoculars. Walking shoes. |
Bird watching. Rambling.
the signs for Coed Llandegla Forest which is located on the A525, seven miles
west of Wrexham. Follow the road towards Minera and World's End.
Llandegla Forest - closed Monday, other days 10am-5.30pm.
access to moor walks but charge for activities at nearby Coed Llandegla Forest.
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