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Built between 1795 & 1805 by Thomas Telford the Aqueduct offers amazing views of the River Dee, far below, and the surrounding countryside including the Cefn Mawr Railway Viaduct to the East. Colours are fabulous in the Autumn.
Fancied having a look at this piece of history built by Thomas Telford took 10 years to build ..can see why stunning . But you need a good head for heights you can walk over on a footpath next to the narrow canal which has...More
My husband had wanted to pay a visit to the Aqueduct for some time so as we were in the area we called on our way home. What an experience to view this feat of engineering first hand. It was great to be able to...More
Personally I would recommend the walk across the aqueduct. You can stop at any point to admire the incredible views in both directions. High up above the trees you can also bird watch by looking down onto the birds. An amazing experience.
Well worth a visit, but possibly more impressive from the ground than the relatively short boat trip over the aqueduct. On an autumn day, the view from the boat was amazing. Worth a visit if in the area, but probably not worth a special journey.
We visited the aquaduct on a cold, windy and showery day and decided to cross the aquaduct by the barge, good choice in heavy rain. It is still worth visiting if you are in the area, there is no charge to cross the aquaduct and...More
They have daily boat tours but to keep a boat overnight you would have to hire it. You can Hire them for the day or two days I expect but I don't think these boats have sleeping quarters if that's what you intend
You can either walk along the canal or get a bus from Llangollen to Trevor the bus driver will tell you when to get off - then it’s a short walk down the hill - head towards the Telford Pub and it’s just the other side - you... More
You can either walk along the canal or get a bus from Llangollen to Trevor the bus driver will tell you when to get off - then it’s a short walk down the hill - head towards the Telford Pub and it’s just the other side - you can walk right across the Acquaduct (if you’re feeling brave) it’s well worth it the views are absolute breath taking....