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Glyn Ceiriog Wrexham County Wales
The River Ceiriog (Welsh: Afon Ceiriog) is a river in the north east of Wales. The River Ceiriog is a tributary of the River Dee. It rises on the south east slopes of Moel Fferna in the Berwyn Range of mountains, and flows through the picturesque Ceiriog Valley in Wrexham County, descending over the course of 18 miles to meet the River Dee east of the town of Chirk. In its lower reaches the river forms the border between Wales and Shropshire in England. <br><br> Both the long distance walks, the Maelor Way and the Ceiriog Trail, run alongside the Ceiriog river for a short distance, and the Offa’s Dyke Path crosses over the Ceiriog River close to Chirk Castle. <br><br> Cycling and mountain biking are popular along the length of the valley due to the favourable terrain and also the variety of trails. Both gentle rides alongside the river and rough terrain mountain trails are available.
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