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This ,Thomas Telfords aqueduct is a fantastic sight if you've got a head for heights. The walks along the Llangollen canal are lovely and easy in stunning coutryside. It is an easy walk from here and back to Llangollen without having to cross a road.
I see this every day as I live opposite it and how lucky I am. Not for those scared of heights but well worth a walk over if you can manage it. Children and dogs should be kept very close as there are only railings...More
We visited with a young child (1) around lunch time. We walked from our hotel and as we got to the bridge it started to rain. Light misty rain with a rainbow over the lake. It was beautiful. Very busy which was hard as we...More
Walked here from Ty Mawr park and aqueduct is truly amazing. Not one for a person without head for heights. Gosh truly amazing structural engineering and no doubt fab views from a barge (if you have the nerve). Really nice area to visit. Steep climbs...More
I have wanted to cross the Aqueduct on a canal boat for a long time and finally got the chance when we took the boat from Llangollen.
The Aqueduct is at the end of the journey and you have to wait to make sure that...More