Fabulous views and well worth a visit. Once across the aqueduct you can continue to walk along the more peaceful canal path.
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Parked at the small short stay car park which is at the viaduct, long stay is further away but has views . Great walk over the top , wide enough to pass others if you are brave . Lovely walk along the canal all tarmac...More
Marvellous feat of engineering. We had a difficult walk across due to the poor weather but would still recommend it. Good toilet facilities in the car park. Nothing else open.
what a beautiful place to visit and hire a boat too and if you follow the towpath your come to a little pub called the Aqueduct Inn nice food
This is a truly stunning place to visit.The views from the 128ft high aqueduct are breathtaking. There is free parking, clean toilets and a visitor centre open from March to December and also a Cafe boat next to the visitor centre open weekends until Feb...More
this is a historic location with boat activities also and plenty food and drink locations in the heart of north wales. tourists walkers dogs and countryide lovers delight
Great walk on a summers day, perfect views from both sides (mind the drop!) and a lovely pub with food down by the bridge. Perfect for picnics and reading
Stunning, that just about sums it up! Well worth a visit, would highly recommend. Nice to spend a few hours having a mooch around and a nice amble along the aqueduct. Really nice pub near by, the pie is to die for!
We went here on a very windy day with young kids which made the experience even more memorable. No charge and a lovely walk with fantastic views what more could you ask for. Free parking an extra bonus.