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Llyn Crafnant

Llyn Crafnant is set in a tranquil Welsh valley where the northern edge of the Gwydir Forest meets the Carneddau range.


Llyn CrafnantLlyn Crafnant

One of eleven lakes that lie in the hills around Trefriw, Llyn Crafnant is nearly a mile long, covers 63 acres and offers superb views of the surrounding forests and mountains. It derives its name from the Welsh words for garlic 'craf' and 'nant' a stream.

Llyn Crafnant can be reached by car only from the village of Trefriw, where the Afon Crafnant meets the River Conway.

There is a lakeside cafe providing meals and refreshments. The Forestry Commision provide a car park and toilets. Around a mile away lies another lake, Llyn Geirionydd which runs parallel to Llyn Crafnant and is often approached from Capel Curig.

The Afon Crafnant which flows out of Llyn Crafnant

Llyn Crafnant

A walk at Llyn Crafnant

Llyn CrafnantDistance - 5.8 km

Duration - around 2 hours









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