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After a long trip from London with loads of recommendations to visit the Blue Lake, IT WAS CLOSED! On top of that, they made us pay a petty toll and didn’t even get to see the blue lake!!!! Utterly ridiculous service. It was a shambles!
amazing lake created after a failed quarrying project in the 1860s, it is a steep climb up there - but the landscape is awesome. Wear walking boots, check your fear of heights - then marvel at the colour of the water steeped in minerals. The...More
My visit to the Lake was not a dissapointment. We were the only two people there and wanted to swim but it was freezing. (Sept). The sun was making beautiful sparkles on the water and as the sun rose, the water turned bluer. Fish and...More
It may be a steep mile walk uphill to the blue lake, but on a sunny day, it is so worth the effort, when you reach the top, the views across Fairbourne are stunning, and the lake, really blue from the reflection of the sun....More
So pleased we found this beautiful place, it truly is breath taking, the walk up is stunning but an adventure. We even managed a swim in the lake such a fantastic experience. Highly recommend you go here. The views over fairbourne and barmouth are worth...More
Was determined to see this lake whilst in Wales as had been told about it previously.Having parked up on the road it was a steady 20 minutes walk up to the lake passing breathtaking views on the way.
The lake is beautiful and my son...More
I have been told about this lake by my parents-in-law who live near to this lake but couldn't imagine how beautiful it was. This time of visit I made effort to explore it myself.
It's not quite straight forward to find where the lake is...More