LET'S FACE it, we all have that simply stunning place we love to take a trip to every once in a while.

And, of course, here in north Wales we are certainly not short of options when it comes to visiting a beautiful landscape or two.

It really is no surprise that people travel from far and wide and all year round to visit our part of the world.

But, what areas do people who actually live here think are the most picturesque of them all?

We recently asked our readers that very question and, as always, they provided some top answers.


Here are just some of the answers we received on our Facebook post ...

Sandie Cameron said: "Horse Shoe Pass and Llangollen my faves and Moel Famau closer to us."

Sonya Louise told us: "Too many to mention! The views from the hills e.g from Esclusham Mountain are stunning. Minera quarry. Hope mountain. Bwlchgwyn. And many more. Walking and hiking in Wrexham county is a pleasure".

Joe Hughes said: "Panorama looking to Dinas Bran Castle."

Richard Roberts added: "Chirk castle and its surroundings."

Lynda Wilson said: "Wild beautiful Halkyn Mountain with its panoramic views."

Danny Rush wrote: "All of it! We live in the most beautiful area and I've covered a lot of ground. There are some untouched beauties and some well trodden areas but all are equally as stunning in their own right! You just have to look and find adventure along the way."

Keith Purnell gave Horseshoe Falls a shout-out while Ady Morrison opted for Wrexham's home ground, the STok Cae Ras.

Neal Begg voted for Plas Power Waterfall at Rhostyllen (Wrexham) and Gog Lynn chose Moel Y Gamelin.

The likes of St Giles (Wrexham), the Ceiriog Valley, Erddig and the Flint coastal path were all also mentioned in our comments section.