World’s End is a narrow vale located between Wrexham and Llangollen in Denbighshire, Wales. It is a very popular destination with walkers and cyclists owing to its spectacular scenery and outstanding landscape.
The walk over the hills offers a remarkable 360 degree view on a clear day and equally scenic experience otherwise on less sunny days.
World’s End quick facts:
Location – Denbighshire, Wales
Terrain – Mountainous, moorland
Ascent – 480 metres approx.
Type of walk – Easy/moderate involving mildly steep ascends
Getting here – Private land so please check prior to planning any trips
– 360 degree view over the valleys
– Some have reported spotting Adders (only poisonous snake in the UK) on a sunny day at World’s End!
There are several route options for the walk each with worthy viewpoints. The drive on a single track road from Coedpoeth through the small village of Minera to World’s End incorporates a sense of seclusion from the modern world.
The scenic drive from Minera to World’s End:
The secluded nature of the drive from Minera to World’s End would remind you of remote Scottish Highlands with it’s single track road and panoramic views.
Map of the drive from Minera to World’s End
How to get to World’s End:
Please note that there may be limited car parking options in the area due to some or all of the land being owned privately.
If you are driving from Minera, then you will find a car park close to the starting point of one of the walking trails. Please refer to the map below.
You can use the following GPS co-ordinates to get the parking area: 53.026847, -3.146414
You can copy and paste the co-ordinates above on Google Search on your phone and then hit “Directions to here”.
There are certain conservation initiatives in the area involving Black Grouse and other protected species, therefore, use of mountain bikes is not advisable. Please keep the conservation of the environment in mind when visiting this beautiful landscape.