There are many ways to ascend and descend Moel Famau. It's an easily accessible peak and a moderately fit person will
have no problem walking to the top and back down from one of the two car parks operated by the Country Park.
The easiest route is to park at the top car park at Bwlch Penbarra (car parking at £1 for all day). Then follow the obvious
and well marked path all the way to the top, returning by the same route. It should take a few hours with stunning views across
the vale of Clwyd to the Snowdonia range in the distance.
The path is part of Offa's Dyke and there is a clear view across the ancient hill fort at Moel Arthur to Prestatyn and
the Irish Sea.
From the Jubilee Tower there is an unrestricted panorama including, the Irish sea, Snowdonia, Vale of
Clwyd, across the Arans to Cadair Idris, the Cheshire plains and across the Dee estuary to the fine city of Liverpool with
the two cathedrals standing prominent.