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Parking is available at a cost £2 for four hours, the full walk is difficult and steep but worth it. We went in the rain, meaning the falls looked fantastic but the paths were slippery.
The walk to the first of the falls is ok...More
My wife and myself visited here with our grandson there is a nice cafe before the walk to the waterfall. Parking is £2 for 4hrs or £4 for all day. It's only a short walk to the waterfall and there was lots of water even...More
Dolgoch falls is a great place for a walk with several routes varying from easy to a bit more challenging. The car parking is not free as advertised but is now a pay and display at £2 for 4 hours or £4 for all day....More
we just came across this attraction, but glad we stopped. A pay and display car park although machine was not working. A short walk along a gravel track brings you to the first fall. The walk continues up via uneven stone steps until the top...More
Nice short walk to the falls there is a harder version but as it was hot stayed on the shorter version. Had a wonder to the train station, where there are toilets and it’s a cute oldy worldy station.
Car park is £2 for 4...More
Our day started with a steam train from Tywyn Wharf to Dolgoch falls, this was a nice touch to our picturesque day. wear suitable shoes the terrain is, well natural, it is beautiful and worth the hike to view its beauty. With its aesthetics everywhere...More
The car park was pay and display (£4 for the day). Keep to the left of the falls and you'll be okay. We strayed off to the right and ended up on cliff edge footpaths all the way up. The falls are well worth seeing...More