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Chirk Aqueduct, Chirk

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  • Not for the faint hearted or possibly with young children. Not as high as the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and a wider walking path. A fairly busy canal for boats and with excellent views along the Ceiriog V...  more »
  • A lovely relaxing walk along the aqueduct takes you through a long tunnel also if you choose to do this as an optional extra. The views as you go over the aqueduct are fantastic see the river below th...  more »
  • Part of the wonderful Llangollen canal way. This is one of the highlights to keep your trigger finger working away on your camera.  more »
Google
  • Great aqueduct with equally good views. Just wouldn't like to be trying to go across during the summer when busy.
  • Lovely location to walk off a pub lunch and enjoy some stunning scenery. Great on a sunny afternoon or crisp frosty morning, always new views or colourful scenery to enjoy and get photos of.
  • Beautiful scenery. Peaceful location. Amazing engineering structures.
  • Great walk with lots of friendly people and nice animals, good for dogs.
  • There is nearby parking with a cafe at the Welsh end and you can walk over and under it via public footpaths. And when the boats are coming in and out the tunnel it can be entertainingly chaotic!