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Wonderful Welsh waterfalls you probably didn’t even know existed.by Well Polished Swansea, May 2018
Waterfalls are a true spectacle, and there are some stunning ones to see around Wales. From North Wales down to the valley of Neath.
Sgwd Einion Gam, Ystradfellte.
Meaning “fall of the crooked Einion” access this beauty by heading towards Glynneath and taking the A4109.Very majestic.
Sgwd y Pannwr, Vale of Neath.
Once used for washing wool, this beauty is one of the sights on the Four Talls Walks which you can access via Cwm Porth car park, Aberdare.
Dolgoch Falls, Meirionnydd.
These beautiful cascades can be reached via a 4km walk from the village of Bryncrug.
Aber falls, Gwynedd.
Aber Falls is located about two miles south of the village of Abergwyngregyn in the heart of Snowdonia National Park.
Devil’s Bridge Falls, Ceredigion.
A tourist attraction for centuries, Devil’s Bridge is a magnificent sight. Its beauty comes with an old Welsh legend, that the bridge was built by the devil as it was too difficult for man to construct.
This is the highest waterfall in South Wales (27m) and is best seen after a heavy rainfall.
Pistyll Rhaedr, Llanrhaeadr-ym-Mochnant.
At 80m it is the UK tallest single drop waterfall and is set in the Berwyn Mountains.
Swallow Falls, Betws-y-Coed.
Nicknamed Swallow Falls by early tourists, this multiple waterfall system is actually called Rhaeadr Ewynnol.
I love the sounds and power of pounding water,whether it is the waves or a waterfall.