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Halkyn Tourist Information

Halkyn is an inland village set in an elevated position near the top of Halkyn Mountain, it lies about six miles North of the town of Mold and around four miles South of Holywell town.

There are a couple of pubs in the village and a few local businesses.

The village's elevated position is roughly 850 feet up the Halkyn Mountain, from here you can enjoy awesome views that stretch for approximately seventy miles and take in the Rivers Dee & Mersey, along with the distant Cumbrian Mountains & Pennine Hills.

The mountain is ideally suited for walkers with many easy-to-walk trails and footpaths that take in the village, Halkyn Common and Halkyn Mountain. There are also free guided walks which start from the village pub and make their way around the mountain.

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Halkyn tourist information

Halkyn is an inland village set in an elevated position near the top of Halkyn Mountain, it lies about six miles North of the town of Mold and around four miles South of Holywell town.

There are a couple of pubs in the village and a few local businesses.

The village's elevated position is roughly 850 feet up the Halkyn Mountain, from here you can enjoy awesome views that stretch for approximately seventy miles and take in the Rivers Dee & Mersey, along with the distant Cumbrian Mountains & Pennine Hills.

The mountain is ideally suited for walkers with many easy-to-walk trails and footpaths that take in the village, Halkyn Common and Halkyn Mountain. There are also free guided walks which start from the village pub and make their way around the mountain.

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