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Wow, two days spent walking 16 miles along this beautiful canal. New been to one as amazing. Loved every minute and step! The aqueduct is awesome and think we will take the bikes next time. I really nice atmosphere people on and off the canal...More
Started off at Trevor basin, there’s a free car park next to it and toilets. We set off walking along the aqueduct ( which was amazing, never visited before !!) and kept following the canal until we came to a boat that sold sweets and...More
First time crossing the aquaduct and it is as stunning as we expected. Having crossed it is worth walking down the valley to cross the Dee on the road bridge to get a view from below. We were annoyed to have followed the car park...More
Great, peaceful, historic walk. Family friendly pubs en route. Spectacular views along the whole walk, but especially from the aquaduct. Horse drawn boats, steam railway and a motor museum add to the experience.
We visited friends and had lunch by the busy canal. Lots of canal boats and canoes. It quite humorous watching canal rage as the canal boats and canoeist came stern to stern in the middle of the aquaduct!!! Beautiful scenery and we were treated to...More
Lovely walk along the canal. Lots of bird life including a few madarin female ducks. path is good and it was very clean. Lots of seats along the way to rest on. We parked at Trefor and caught a bus to Llangollen and walked back
Whether atop Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, in Llangollen town or near Horseshoe Falls, such a beautiful and relaxing walk. Watch the horse-drawn barges, marvel at the Eistedfodd site, listen to the nearby Steam railway. And then finish at the Canal Cafe.
After our trip on Jones the Boats and a walk out onto the aqueduct we decided to go along the footpath to the “viewing point” for the aqueduct. However the view from there was restricted by trees so would have been better view when trees...More
We walked along the canal towpath, which is situated above Llangollen centre , easy to reach. We stopped along the way at a pub on roadside adjacent to canal. Took about 2 1/2 hours very leisurely stroll, stopping to admire... More
We walked along the canal towpath, which is situated above Llangollen centre , easy to reach. We stopped along the way at a pub on roadside adjacent to canal. Took about 2 1/2 hours very leisurely stroll, stopping to admire view etc.