Sgwd Clun-gwyn

Ystradfellte CF44 9JE, United Kingdom

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The ‘fall of the white meadow’ is the uppermost of the three celebrated falls on the Mellte. It is formed where a north-northwest to south-southeast trending fault brings hard sandstone up against softer mudstone.

Access is via the Four Falls trail.

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