Lakes & Ponds in Wales
After your Sunday Lunch walk it off by having a Leisurely walk around the lake maybe feed the ducks have a quick go in the park and then back home to...
I used to go there every weekend on a Saturday and if the lighthouse was open i would always visit it. I loved the views but i always got tired of the...
Parked by the railway just outside Fairbourne and walked across the estuary toll bridge to barmouth. 70p fee but lovely views. Will do this again.
The Stackpole Estate which includes Bosherton Lily Ponds is a super venue for photography. If you enjoy digital photography and would like to get the...
Dolgellau, Gwynedd County LL36 9AJ
We followed a recommended walk around Tal-Y-Lyn lake. We followed woodland walks up through the mountain on the far side left of the lake up towards a...
These six Elan Lakes are altogether around 7 miles long and the whole area is great for walkers. Each reservoir has a different character - my own...
A beautiful, quite remote lake to visit in the Taf Fechan Valley, though in reality it's only a few miles north of Merthyr Tydfil. It's a lovely place...
It's quite amazing to see just how many waterfalls are along this route as you follow the path beside the river into the wilds. The best place to...
A beautiful lake to visit when in north Wales and somewhere we've been several times. It's four miles long and one mile wide (the largest lake in...
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