Four Waterfalls Walk

Four Waterfalls Walk

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The Four Waterfalls Walk is a popular hiking trail located in the Brecon Beacons National Park in Wales. As the name suggests, the trail takes hikers on a journey to visit four beautiful waterfalls nestled in the picturesque landscape of the park. The trail typically starts and ends near the village of Ystradfellte and covers approximately 5 miles (7 km) of varied terrain.

The four waterfalls that are the main highlights of the walk are:

Sgwd Clun-Gwyn (The Fall of the White Meadow): This waterfall is characterized by its graceful cascade over a sloping rock face, surrounded by lush greenery.

Sgwd Isaf Clun-Gwyn (Lower Fall of the White Meadow): This waterfall is situated downstream from Sgwd Clun-Gwyn and offers another beautiful view of cascading water.

Sgwd y Pannwr (Fall of the Fuller): This waterfall features a dramatic drop over a rocky ledge into a pool below, creating a mesmerizing display of water and spray.

Sgwd-yr-Eira (Fall of Snow): This iconic waterfall is perhaps the most famous of the four, as it allows hikers to walk behind the curtain of water, experiencing the thrill of being surrounded by cascading water.

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1. Sgwd Uchaf Clun Gwyn

Altitude: 221 m

2. Sgwd Isaf Clun Gwyn

Altitude: 206 m

3. Sgwd yr Eira

Altitude: 205 m

4. Sgwd y Pannwr

Altitude: 158 m

5. Start

Altitude: 327 m

6. End

Altitude: 327 m

7. Four Waterfalls Walk

Altitude: 327 m
Distance:6678
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Climb:519
Descent:519