Not as tall as Henrydd and a longer track to walk to get to it, but worth a visit if my owners liked Henrydd. There is quite a steep descent to see the waterfalls, but they are worth a look.
A few different tracks to choose from, a bit wet and muddy in the winter. Well puddled nearer the falls, despite the promising initial dry smooth gravelled walkways.
Popular well signed tourist destination, only a couple of other walkers around.
My owners might like to pop in to the Red Lion at Penderyn. A tiny pub famous for its extensive selection of real ales in casks behind the bar. Martin writes:
"I once travelled here as a student all the way from Kent, so famous was this pub in my student days! It was the only time I came to Wales, and the only reason I came to Wales, before age of 40! There are 7 or more real ales on offer at any one time. How such a small pub has sufficient custom for all those real ales I do not know. Real Ale only keeps for a week in a cool cellar and less in a warm environment behind a bar at normal room temperature so they must drink lots here."
|Index of Jack's Local Walks near Castle|
|1||Henrhyd Waterfalls Dog Walks (steep path)|
|2||Brecon Beacons Mountain Centre Dog Walk|
|3||The Lady of the Lake of Arthurian Legend|
|4||Oxwich Bay Walk, Gower, Swansea|
|5||Penwyllt Mountain Walk - old railway line|
|6||Dog Walk on Rhossili Bay, Gower, Swansea|
|7||Usk Reservoir Circular Woodland Walk|
|8||Ystradfelte Waterfalls walk - wet in winter |