Things to do
Wal Goch Trout Fishery
Wal Goch Fishing is a trout fishery that offers a great day out to fly fishers whether you are an experienced angler or just starting out.
The crystal clear spring fed lakes are located in a quiet, picturesque little valley, providing our visitors with a truly wonderful setting.
The lakes are stocked regularly with hard fighting, full-finned Rainbow Trout; these range in size from 1.5lb right up to double figures and offer anglers the prospect of excellent sport.
Walk to Penycloddiau (12 miles)
From the centre of the village you can reach the iron age hillfort at Penycloddiau, skirting around Moel Evan, Moel Plas-Yw and Moel Arthur.
On the return journey, you pass via Bryn Goleu, through the picturesque Coed Y Waen, before returning back into the centre of the village.
A Local Pub Crawl
The map below is thanks to Liz and Simon from the Old Mill Holiday Cottages.
It shows a number of local walks, centred around the Old Mill – all leading to one of the local pubs. No matter where you’re staying in Nannerch, the map provides you with a pleasant day’s walking, providing you stop for some refreshments along the way!
Explore North East Wales
Explore North East Wales is a series of digital trails developed by local communities across Denbighshire, Flintshire and Wrexham to encourage you to explore this fascinating area. Nannerch is part of this trail. Each trail highlights what is special in the area and is packed with photos and stories as well as fun features such as slider puzzles, word searches and selfie frames.
To download the app search for North East Wales in the App Store or Google Play.