Afon Eigiau

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Afon Eigiau flowing through Cwm Eigiau. Former slate workings are evident on the left.

Afon Eigiau is a small river in the Carneddau mountains in Snowdonia, in north-west Wales, which flows down Cwm Eigiau and into Llyn Eigiau.[1]

It is fed by smaller streams which flow down the slopes of neighbouring Foel Grach, Carnedd Llywelyn and Pen yr Helgi Du.

An old bridge on the Afon Eigiau.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Afon Eigiau and Llyn Eigiau - Dolgarrog" (pdf). The Wild Trout Trust. The Wild Trout Trust. Retrieved 7 September 2017.

Coordinates: 53°09′44″N 3°54′48″W / 53.16226°N 3.91328°W / 53.16226; -3.91328