Horse-drawn canal boat trips

Visit Llangollen Wharf where you can embark on a horse drawn boat trip along the feeder for the main Llangollen canal.

Rafting on the River Dee

With a great drying room, Llangollen Hostel offers the perfect place to relax after an exhilarating rafting session on the River Dee.

Road Cycling around Llangollen

The National Cycle Network in North Wales runs south from Chester to Wrexham and then heads west towards Llangollen, Corwen and Bala to pick up Lon Mawddach at Dolgallau.

Mountain Biking in Llangollen

Llangollen, Llandegla and the surrounding area offers some exceptional mountain biking for all levels of ability.

Walking near Llangollen

Llangollen Hostel is 1.5 miles from the  Offa's Dyke Path - a 177 mile National Trail along the border between England and Wales. The hostel is the perfect place for Offa's Dyke accommodation in Llangollen, with its easy access to the path and to the pubs and restaurants of Llangollen.

Fell Running Llangollen

Llangollen is a fantastic location for running, whether you're looking for a challenging fell run in the hills or a more gentle running trail by the Llangollen Canal.

Canoeing on the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct

The hostel is close to both the River Dee and the Llangollen Canal, both great for kayaking and canoeing, whether you want the fast pace of white water, or a sedate sight-seeing paddle.

Stand up Paddle Boarding on the Llangollen Canal

Stand Up Paddle boarding is an exhilarating adventure sport that is fun for all ages and abilities with friends and family. What better location than the River Dee and Llangollen Canal.

Fishing on the River Dee

The River Dee is internationally renowned for brown trout and grayling fishing, and has good runs of salmon and sea trout throughout the season.

Vale of Llangollen Golf Club

If you like playing a round of golf with a view then it's hard to beat the course at the Vale of Llangollen Golf Club.

Rock Climbing & Abseiling

Scale the ice sculpted limestone scarp of Eglwyseg, that towers over the Vale of Llangollen, Valle Crucis Abbey and the mysterious castle of Dinas Bran.