North East Wales

Volunteer rangers, North East Wales

Sustrans are looking for a number of new and enthusiastic rangers to cover the North East Wales area.

Become a volunteer ranger and help to look after a section of the National Cycle Network near your home, and so encourage more people to walk and cycle.

You will become the eyes and ears for Sustrans and our many partners. We’ll rely on you to deal with minor problems yourself and report major problems so they get dealt with rapidly.

The North East Wales volunteer group require rangers to look after sections of route on the Network between:

Volunteer Ranger – Wrexham and Llangollen / Ceidwad gwirfoddol Wrecsam a Llangollen

Sustrans are looking for a number of new and enthusiastic Rangers to cover the Wrexham and Llangollen area.

Become a volunteer ranger and help to look after a section of the National Cycle Network near your home, and so encourage more people to walk and cycle.

You will become the eyes and ears for Sustrans and our many partners. We’ll rely on you to deal with minor problems yourself and report major problems so they get dealt with rapidly.

Route 85

Route Description

The section of Route 85 between Llangollen to Pontcysyllte Aqueduct is a popular with families. Llangollen has often been referred to as the gateway to North Wales, and it’s easy to see why.  It’s a haven for sightseers, cyclists and walkers of all ages. The area's natural beauty is part of what brings people here.