Llyn Cwmffynnon lies about half a mile east of Pen-y-Pass in Snowdonia. While most visitors will be heading west from this location to climb Snowdon, hardly any head in the opposite direction. The lake is set in moorland, and accessible by a signposted public footpath from Pen-y-Pass. An alternative route begins at a layby on the A4086 just east of the Pen-y-Gwryd Hotel, and follows the Nant Gwryd up to the lake.
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