Wrexham on Road Riding Equine Routes - Coedpoeth & Moss Valley
Each of the Wrexham Riding Routes has been designed so you can start and finish at any convenient point and choose a route length that is suitable for you.
These webrides can be printed off to take with you on your ride, this will help you to plan your route and to shorten or extend your ride around the area as desired.
This route includes some residential and some rural road riding. There is a busy road to go across through Coedpoeth Town Centre, which is in a 30mph zone. The route includes pleasant riding around Nant Mill and a permissive bridleway through a woodland area.
There are also some additional bridleways that link in to the route. Interpretation boards with details of the route are situated at Nant Mill and at the end of the ride at Ty Mawr reservoir. This end of the ride links in with the Newtown Ride, details of which are available on leaflets from WCBC Tourist Information.
The ride around Brynteg and Moss valley also includes some residential riding. Pisgar Hill is especially steep so may be more appropriate to ride up, but can be ridden in either direction. This hill has been treated with a safety surface to improve the traction for horses and other road users. Parts of Moss Valley are accessible for horse riders.
- goes from Ty Mawr reservoir to Tanyfron
- extra route around Brynteg and Moss Valley
- A well signposted route using green marker signs
- A pleasant ride on unclassified rural roads
- Approximately 7.5 miles long
- Can be joined at any point
- Additional horse warning signs along the route
- Refreshments and toilet facilities are available at Nant Mill which includes a visitor centre, picnic area and hitching posts for your horse.