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Lovely Views

Although we found parking to be an issue (we ended up parking in residential area so only stayed... read more

Reviewed today
Abbey M
pleasant stroll across the estuary

not much to say really excellent, well kept bridge across the estuary, stunning views of... read more

Reviewed yesterday
kroome46
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“great walk”(34 reviews)
“mawddach trail”(23 reviews)
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Barmouth Bridge, 150 years old in 2017. Currently free for pedestrians and cyclists to cross between Barmouth and Fairbourne. Once on the Fairbourne side, there is a path into Fairbourne itself, or you can travel up the famous Mawddach Trail along...more
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Mawddach Estuary, Barmouth, Wales
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+44 1341 281617
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Reviewed today

Although we found parking to be an issue (we ended up parking in residential area so only stayed for about 20 minutes) we had a lovely short stroll to the middle of the bridge to see how far we could see (which was miles as...More

Thank Abbey M
Reviewed yesterday

not much to say really excellent, well kept bridge across the estuary, stunning views of surrounding hills and mountains, Barmouth also has some lovely shops, although they need to look at their target audience and adjust their prices accordingly, 12 adults bought nothing because we...More

Thank kroome46
Reviewed 4 days ago

Have wanted to walk this bridge since seeing it on a television programme a few years back. Now crossed off my 'bucket list'. Easily accessible from the town albeit requiring crossing a busy road in order to reach the pavement. Windy, as you might expect...More

Thank Helen J
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

This has to be Barmouth's main attraction in my opinion. Great views of it and from it. Really cool to cross it by train.

Thank Dean W
Reviewed 1 week ago

Well worth a walk across if just to enjoy the stunning views of the estuary. Quite a unique bridge and if you time it right the train will cross at the same time as you do!

Thank Stephen M
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Had a holiday home here as a child and had happy memories of walking along the railway bridge. Just as stunning as I remembered it

Thank Leila F
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We have been walking over this bridge for decades. Could never tire of the view. Toll house closed now but there is an honesty box. Can remember walking over this bridge as a child when staying in Tywyn and visiting Barmouth. Starting to show it's...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Standing on the bridge when the tide is running at full strength is am amazing experience. The bridge is so long (half a mile, really it's a wooden viaduct with a bridge attached) and the flow is so fast that you can feel the vibration...More

Thank Edward A
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Visited with my parents and partner. A delightful walk with beautiful views. Currently a”honesty troll” (toll) in place to aid with maintenance of the pedestrian bridge, only £1 and the views are well worth the small fee to keep it open and safe.

Thank Elle B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Spent a 1 hour session getting to know how to use the paddleboard followed by a 2 hour session a few days later to go up the Estuary. Kirsty Jones was the Instructor and she was brilliant, patient, giving everyone the attention they needed; she...More

Thank Jim W
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Geoffrey P
6 September 2016|
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Response from paulineclifton | Reviewed this property |
We went in June and the bridge was open.There was no one in the booth to charge us making it free.
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