9.25 ha (22.86 acres)

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Graig Fawr located near the Denbighshire coast, consists of wooded slopes and limestone outcrops that rise steeply, above the village of Meliden. The rock is a dominant and dramatic landscape feature formed of carboniferous limestone, and marks the northern end of the Clwydian Hills. The exposed location near the coast and the bleak limestone outcrops have resulted in the presence of a number of species normally associated with sea cliffs.