Aber Falls, in the village of Abergwyngregyn, is a waterfall well known as a stunning destination in the Snowdonia National Park. Take in the magnificent views of the waterfall as water plunges 120m over a sill of igneous rock, before returning to the North Wales path where your family can explore all the nooks and crannies of Aber Valley prior to returning to the village.
Abergwyngregyn is a small picturesque village with a long and varied history which nestles in a valley at the northern edge of the Carneddau mountain range. Here in the village of Aber we are pleased to be able to welcome 50,000 visitors a year to take the walk up to Aber Falls and beyond into the Carneddau. Some drive up and take advantage of one of the two car parks we run (just £2 a day and all funds go to improving amenities in the village), others park in the free car park at the bottom of the village and walk up. Taking this option means you walk past Ty Pwmp, which houses an exhibition of the history of Aber and the Princes of Gwynedd who had a court here.
Need something to eat? The Hen Felin is an old mill which has been converted to provide a friendly family run café which is popular with both walkers and locals. The café is situated in the village and is approximately two miles away from Aber falls.
Additional information: *Car park prices correct at the time of publication.