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- 1 Chirk (Welsh: Y Waun) – castle and aqueduct
- 2 Corwen – local associations with Owain Glyndŵr and Caer Drewyn Iron Age hillfort
- 3 Deeside (Glannau Dyfrdwy) – including Connah's Quay, Ewloe, Shotton and Queensferry start of the Wales Coast Path.
- 4 Denbigh (Dinbych) – picturesque historic market town
- 5 Flint (Y Fflint) – site of Edward I's first castle in Wales, from where he commenced his conquest.
- 6 Holt – 14th-century bridge across the border to England
- 7 Holywell (Treffynnon) – St Winefride's Well. pilgrimage site since the 7th century
- 8 Llangollen – Steam railway, Roman bridge, historic canal, the beautiful Dee Valley, and UNESCO-listed Pontcysyllte Aqueduct in the nearby village of Trevor.
- 9 Mold (Yr Wyddgrug) – see a play at Clwyd Theatr Cymru
- 10 Prestatyn – coastal resort and beach and starting point for a number of hiking trails
- 11 Rhyl (Y Rhyl) – seaside resort
- 12 Rhuddlan – 13th century castle
- 13 Ruthin (Rhuthun) – historic town with fine example of black and white timber framed buildings
- 14 St Asaph (Llanelwy) – one of Britain's smallest cities and the smallest Anglican cathedral in Great Britain.
- 15 Wrexham (Wrecsam) – large town for the region.
- 1 Clwydian Range AONB (Bryniau Clwyd) – A range of mountains and Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Arriva Wales has services from Chester to Mold.
- 1 North Wales Coast Line. Connections from Crewe and Holyhead to Rhyl, Prestatyn, Flint, Queensferry
- Borderlands Line. From the Wirral to Wrexham