Aber Falls is nestled in the valley above the quaint village of Abergwyngregyn in the Snowdonia National Park. The breathtaking waterfall is situated at the top of a gentle one and half mile path that’s accessible for wheelchair users and pushchairs.
Information on the history of the valley can be found at the information centre halfway to the falls along with plenty of picnic spots with picturesque views, so you can make a day of your trip.
A trip to the falls isn’t complete without a stop at the Abergwyngregyn village. The thriving village boasts views of the Menai Straits, Beaumaris, Penmon and Puffin Island and has a fascinating history. Abergwyngregyn also has a keen eye on the future with its hydroelectric energy scheme that is community-owned and runs. The scheme provides power to the national grid, with money raised donated to local charity projects.
The Old Mill, Yr Hen Felin, is located at the centre of the village and has a café situated on the ground floor, making it the ideal place to refresh and refuel after exploring the local landscape.
Spend a day exploring Aber Falls…