Aber Falls (Gwynedd) Reviews
Description:A waterfall, also known as Rhaeadr Fawr, located about two miles south of the village of Abergwyngregyn, Gwynedd, Wales.
Newest Review: ... This lovely brown bird is aptly named as it feeds by 'dipping' under the water looking for insects and grubs on the river bottom. They're supremely adapted to their aquatic environment and can walk along under the water, even in strongly flowing water. The walk to the falls is along a gravel path, and takes about half an hour to complete. The walk follows the path of the river up the valley, ... more
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by - written on 28/03/09 (Very useful, 166 readings)
Aber Falls is an impressive 120 foot waterfall, set in a stunningly beautiful, steep sided valley in the Snowdonia National Park. The waterfall can only be reached on foot; because of this, it seems wild and remote but in reality it's only about a mile from one of North Wales' busiest roads, the A55. Proximity to this road makes Aber Falls extremely easy to reach. Aber Falls is set in the Coedydd National Nature Reserve. National Nature Reserves are protected areas containing Britain's most important wildlife and geological formations, so the NNR classification tells us that this area is something special. To get to Aber, exit the A55 at the ... Read the complete review
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