The Clwydian Range is a series of hills in North Wales that runs from Llandegla in the South to Prestatyn in the North, with the highest point being the popular Moel Famau. The summits of these hills provide extensive views across north Wales, to the high peaks of Snowdonia, eastwards across the Cheshire plains and towards Liverpool in the north.
The range includes a number of hills possessing iron age hill forts, including Foel Fenlli, Pen-y-Cloddiau and Moel Arthur. There are, as with most places in the west of the Great Britain, a number of legends associated with King Arthur surrounding these hills.
The Offa's Dyke Path follows the Clwydian Range, although the Offa's Dyke itself was not constructed upon it.