Exploring the Waterfalls of Wales

Getting out and about in the winter is important for both mental health and physical health, and it is proven that nature can calm and soothe our busy minds full of the stress of daily life.

For some of natures really beautiful spots, head to Wales, where you will be able to visit the waterfalls of this beautiful country…

Image Credit

Rhaeadr Dyserth – This beautiful waterfall near Prestatyn is easy to get to being only a short walk from the parking area, although there is quite a steep climb up to the top, it is well worth it if you are able to do it to get close to this amazing waterfall.

Nantcol Waterfalls – In beautiful Snowdonia is where you will find this beautiful waterfall. There is plenty to enjoy here for all the family, with a nature trail, woodland walk and even a campsite near to the falls – you can get supplies for camping from places like this camping store Dublin based https://basecamp.ie/ and there are some amenities on the site.

Image Credit

The Devils Bridge Falls – Taking its name from a local legend of a visit from the Devil to the area, these falls are fantastic in the winter – when temperatures drop below zero the falls are covered in ice and you could well feel that you are walking in Narnia!

The Four Waterfall Walk – In the heart of the Brecon Beacons lies the four waterfalls walk. This beautiful walk will take you through an enchanting area where you will come across four of the local waterfalls cascading down to the forest.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.