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Aber Falls – Abergwyngregyn

Aber Falls is a family friendly circular to the spectacular Rhaeadr Fawr waterfall. Abergwyngregyn sits at the foot of the spectacular Aber Falls waterfall which is is a well- known tourist destination in the Snowdonia National Park.

Best waterfalls you’ll probably see in the UK. The walk on the shorter route (yellow) is a nice easy work which you can do with your kids, dog and even a pram.

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We took a detour by the main water fall (you go over the bridge and up the stairs and you’ll see a gate), which leads you to a 2nd waterfall. The path does get more difficult this way and if you continue on this path you’ll see some boss views but it can become a tough walk.

I recommend you go an see the 2nd water fall and then turn back onto the yellow route. If you do decide to continue, you’ll get to a point where you think you’re going the wrong way… just stick to the path and the route eventually directs you back to the car park.

Either route is a really good walk with it’s own amazing views.

Aber Falls Information

Location: Aber Falls, Abergwyngregyn, Wales, LL33 0LP 📍

Drive: 1hr 20 – 1hr 30 from Liverpool

Sat Nav: Aber Falls car park

Walk Distance: 2-3 miles (short) 5 miles (long)

Time: 1.5 – 2 hrs (short) 2.5 – 3 hrs

Cost: Free

Parking: £5 (Upper car park gates close at 5pm between 01.10 – 31.03 so check the signs before you set off)

Visitor Warning
Visitors are advised that parking at the start of the 1.2 mile long footpath to the Aber Falls is limited to approximately 30-40 cars in two small car parks and costs £5.
These are accessed by a single track road through Abergwyngregyn village and severe congestion and long delays result on busy days. Alternative free parking is available before entering the village adding approximately 20 minutes to the walk to the Falls.
The upper car parks fill up rapidly and visitors are strongly advised to avoid driving into the village.

Please be advised we visited here in January 2020 so some details and information may of changed since our visit.

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