Cwm Idwal National Nature Reserve (Gwynedd) Reviews
Description:National Nature Reserve situated in Gwynedd, Wales.
Newest Review: ... the all round view of being hemmed in by cliffs on three sides, facing the tranquil waters of the lake. It's understandable why Cwm Idwal was voted the 7th Natural Wonder of Wales. This is a place steeped in legend. The lake is named after Idwal, the son of an ancient Prince of Wales. It is said that Idwal was murdered, drowned in the lake, and that now his uneasy spirit resides here. It is ... more
Customer Cwm Idwal National Nature Reserve (Gwynedd) Reviews (1)
by - written on 29/04/10 (Very useful, 311 readings)
Do you remember those boring, dry, endless Geography lessons from school? Well, if you do, you may recognise the photograph at the top of this review. Cwm Idwal is a classic glacial 'corrie' and has been used as a 'textbook' example for many years. Cwm Idwal is also the most accessible corrie in Britain, lying only a few hundred yards from a car park at the side of the busy A5 trunk road near Bethesda. This is a popular tourist attraction, and rightly so. Getting here is easy, parking is reasonably priced, or even free on the main road lay by's. There are toilets here, as well as a food kiosk. This serves hot and cold food which is reasonably priced ... Read the complete review
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