OUTDOOR WITH THE WOODALLS

ABER FALLS

Coedydd Aber with views of the Carneddau mountains and back via higher ground on the west side of the valley providing panoramic

views of Anglesey and the Menai Strait.

EXCELLENT PATHS FOR ALL AGES

JUST OUTSIDE BANGOR

PARKING-At Bont Newydd (lower and upper overflow car

park, a fee is charged), LL33 0LP

MILES-2 mile short walk or 4-5 mile circular

FACILITIES- Toilets,, LOCAL VILLAGE HAS A CAFE

TERRAIN-The path to the waterfall is well maitained and is accessible

to wheelchairs from the upper car park., but some off trail paths, and muddy sections for the circular walk unsuitable for buggys.



 The easy walk to Aber Falls is a straightforward return walk to the  Rhaeadr Fawr waterfall that drops nearly 40m from the hanging valley above.

There are maps in the car park and directions along the route that's straight forward to the falls and back on good paths which are suitable for buggy's.

We have done both walks and really enjoyed the circular as once you passed the busy waterfall path it was much quieter and the bonus of passing a 2nd waterfall.

The circular isn't as well sign posted so good map is required, but once you get to the waterfall you cross over the bridge to the other side and head up the path and through the gate, you will follow this past another waterfall on the left.

The paths turns to the right and gradually rises and levels out with great views over the valley. You continue straight on this path, to the end and you will see Anglesey and the sea in front of you.

the path drops down to the right quite steeply and narrow until you join the main road that you drove in on.

Return via the road back to the  car park.



MORE DETAILS

https://www.visitsnowdonia.info/sites/default/files/2018-01/02%20Aber%20Falls.pdf