Abergwyngregyn Circular Walk


This walk through the historic landscape of Abergwyngregyn includes a stretch of coast overlooking the Lavan Sands and Anglesey, and climbs the slopes of Moel Wnion on the edge of the Carneddau mountain range. Many species of wading birds can be seen on the shoreline, with spectacular panoramic views of the Menai Strait and Anglesey on the higher part of the route. This is a rewarding walk with natural and historic interest.

Distance: 10.0 km / 6.3 miles
Approx time: 4 hours
Ordnance Survey Map: OS Explorer OL17 Snowdon & Conwy Valley
Parking: Aber Falls Car Park. 

Visitors are advised that parking at the start of the 1.2 mile long footpath to the Aber Falls is limited to approximately 30 cars in two small car parks and costs £5.

These are accessed by a largely single track road through Abergwyngregyn village and severe congestion and long delays result on busy days. Alternative free parking is available before entering the village adding approximately 30 minutes to the walk to the Falls.

The upper car parks fill up rapidly and visitors are strongly advised to avoid driving through the village.