Henrhyd Falls

Henrhyd Falls is the highest waterfall in the south of the UK apparently – who knew – and in English means Waterfall of the Old Ford.  It’s not far from Dan yr Ogof caves, so if you happen to be in that neck of the woods (quite literally in this case!), it’s definitely worth checking out.  Wear some wellies (or shoes with grip – the stones can be slippery) and don’t bother curling your hair like I did; the spray will undo all your hard work even if you’re standing way back!

I could definitely be the poster gal for split ends and stripes. 😉


If you’re adventurous enough to navigate the slippery rocks and narrow pathway, walking behind the rushing water is a must do.






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3 thoughts on “Henrhyd Falls

    1. I was only there for about an hour to see the main waterfall – but there is a much longer walk you can do in the other direction that takes you past lots of smaller waterfalls 🙂 it’s a lovely place to explore!

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