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Pisgah Quarry

Small limestone woodland in an old quarry near Llangollen

Location

Pleasant View, Froncysyllte,
Off the A5

Froncysyllte
Wrexham
LL20 7SH

OS Map Reference

SJ 268 411
A static map of Pisgah Quarry

Know before you go

Size
1 hectare

Entry fee

No

Parking information

Car park at the end of Pleasant View, 3-4 cars

Grazing animals

No

Access

Easy walking from car park, steeper terrain on footpath beyond reserve

Dogs

On a lead

When to visit

Opening times

Open at all times

Best time to visit

Summer

About the reserve

A small woodland site with commanding views across the Vale of Llangollen. Pisgah Quarry is a small and enchanting reserve with a mixture of woodland and limestone grassland.  Of particular interest is the calcareous grassland glade and the fern clad rocks in the ash woodland that have developed since the quarry closed in 1830. The site has commanding views of the River Dee, with Castell Dinas Bran clearly visible in the Vale of Llangollen and the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct built by Thomas Telford in 1805, the tallest and longest aqueduct in Britain and now a World Heritage site

Contact us

North Wales Wildlife Trust - Graham Berry
Contact number: 01248 351541