Nant Llech Trail

Swansea SA9 1TL, United Kingdom

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This walk will take you to Henrhyd Falls, the highest waterfall in South Wales, where you can discover wildlife as you walk through the woodland. Please note there has been a landslide near the disused watermill at point 4 on the walk. The path along the Nant Llech river towards Llech Bridge is temporarily closed until April with the rangers working hard to ensure the path is passable.

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