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Well worth the time to walk the four waterfalls - the steps down to the Waterfall of Snow 170 are steep but so worth it - great to be able to walk behind the water. Quite steep in places need good walking shoes.
We had a lovely walk around the four waterfalls. It's quite slippery and muddy in places going down to the waterfalls and harder coming back up!
The full walk took about 3 hours. The warden is very friendly and helpful.
We did The-four falls trail and parked in Cwm Porth car park from there it’s a very short walk to the first waterfall. This trail leads to Sgwd Clun-Gwyn, Sgwd Isaf Clun-Gwyn, Sgwd y Pannwr and Sgwd-yr-Eira on the River Mellte in the heart of...More
Any one of these waterfalls would make this walk worth it -- to have all of them so close together is just incredible. We parked at Cwm Porth, which has toilets and a very small shop manned by a helpful ranger. We are pretty average...More
We parked for free in Clun-Gwyn and walked the lower circular route that took in all the waterfalls. Took around 3 hrs with a 8 and 10 year old. Some hard bits walking up and down the valley but each waterfall was worth it.
A great walk that we did with our young children. It takes around 4.5 hours to complete the 6 mile hike. Some parts are quite strenuous but well worth the effort. The falls are amazing. We had showery weather which wasn’t great. Parking is 4...More
My first time here and I wasn't disappointed got my map from the shop in the car park and off I went I chose autumn as there is more colour and I wasn't disappointed I went round the four waterfall all stunning it is a...More
Response from alan082014 | Reviewed this property |
I would say that the 8 year old should manage fine and I would assume that the youngest would be in a sling or carrier. The rucksack type, or in front of the chest sling would keep the hands free to negotiate the terrain. I... More
I would say that the 8 year old should manage fine and I would assume that the youngest would be in a sling or carrier. The rucksack type, or in front of the chest sling would keep the hands free to negotiate the terrain. I wouldn't like to say for the 4 year old. It is rugged and a long walk. I would perhaps err on the side of caution and do the caves instead. There are dinosaur and small holding animals to see, avoiding the risk of injury.
I hope this helps.