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Henrhyd Waterfall, Coelbren

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TripAdvisor
  • Majestic and breathtaking ! We went here after a rainy night so I would definitely recommend to bring wellies! The route to get to the waterfall is very steep and that day was very muddy but it is def...  more »
  • Parking in the carpark at the top, you can easily do this hike to the falls and back in about an hour. It has a fairly steep incline (have to walk back up it as well!) and some slippery steps to conte...  more »
  • Spent a blissful afternoon here with my three year old son who said he didn't want it to end. A steep walk there and back from the National Trust Car park which could be tricky when muddy, but that ju...  more »
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  • Well worth a visit, not often you can walk behind ghe waterfall. Been raining a lot when we went so really loads of water. Be sure to ware waterproof jacket, you'll get wet when your behind it
  • 1 of a few waterfalls to go to in this area you can actually walk behind. Just be sure you have appropriate foot wear on and you don't mind walking up steep muddy trails. Well worth it though
  • Wonderful waterfall, such a spectacle, especially after a heavy rain. The walk from the carpark is short, but incredibly steep. Worth the effort if you can manage it.
  • a fantastic waterfall best viewed after a couple of days of rain. it has the highest free fall of water in south wales too. if you can wear good boots and take a rain coat. as others have said the way down and back are steep.... Although in the depth of winter its possible to see the falls from the top of the descent after the car park gates, handy if your a little unfit or unsteady on your feet.
  • This place was majestic, I saw this waterfall at first from a hundred or so metres away, approached it in awe, then started to cry uncontrollably, I got myself together, took the path behind the waterfall, the curtain of water was mesmerising, I held back the tears and gazed at this beautiful gift to South Wales, I started to wonder if I was in heaven. Then went to McDonald's and smashed a big tasty. Worth a visit.