Devil's Bridge Falls, Devil's Bridge (Pontarfynach)

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  • After our mountain car journey from the Elan Valley, we only had time for a quick stopover at Devil's Bridge. The gorge is very deep with impressive falls. It was also interesting to see the location ...  more »
  • Absolutely stunning scenery and falls, well worth the trek all the way down (and back up!) the steps. What we loved the most is that despite it being a tourist attraction, made safe with hand rails to...  more »
  • Decided to call off here in the drive home after seeing the place on Hinterland. Massively impressive to look at, free to park, and only £1 to do the short walk with the youngest. We will be back to d...  more »
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  • Fantastic place to enjoy natural beauty and human engineering. Access all year round. Good shoes and strong legs needed because the walk is very strenuous. Bring lots of pounds in the off season.( November till Feb half term. ) Because there won't be an attendant to help.
  • This place is in the middle of nowhere but only 20min from Aberystwyth. The roads to get here are narrow in places but once you get here, WOW! There is a carpark for the falls before the falls/hotel or after depending how you come into the falls and there is one at Two Hoots Café which is by the working steam train station. You must go to this café but it's winter so hours and days open vary but the people who run it are bloody awesome. £2 to get into the main falls. You need 2 £1 coins if the office is closed, enter through the turnstile and off you go. Left turn to see the three bridges and right turn to start the walk, AND WHAT A WALK! Amazing views, steps formed by natural rock combined with man made stone steps and there is bloody hundreds of them. This has to be done and you will be worn out at the end.
  • Had a ride up to here on a steam train, fabulous views all the way up. You have to be a bit fit, there are many many steps and sometimes very slippery but if you can manage it, it's spectacular.
  • Came during a rainy period and it is extremely dramatic. As advertised the nature walk is challenging with lots of steep steps but for those able to do it it is definitely worth the effort. Note my sat nav took me to the woodlands car park but 200 yards on is the waterfall car park. A great way to spend an hour with the gym work out thrown in for free :) At £3.75 this is good value.
  • No amount of pictures can do this place justice! It is amazingly beautiful! The falls, the vibe, in general Wales is truly a magical place and Devil's Bridge Falls captures all that and more!