Sgwd Einion Gam

The Waterfall Centre, Pontneathvaughan Road, Neath, United Kingdom

} Free - Always Open

Associated in legend with the ‘lady’ of Sgwd Gwladus, the ‘fall of crooked Einion’ is one of the most spectacular though least accessible of the falls of the area. The river drops 70 ft (21 m) into a plunge pool encircled by dark moss- and liverwort-covered cliffs. The falls have been created where the Pyrddin drops off the faulted edge of the Farewell Rock, a hard sandstone marking the base of the Carboniferous Coal Measures.

The falls are difficult of access with only a rough path reaching them from the vicinity of Sgwd Gwladus downstream and requiring several tricky crossings of the river.  Should only be attempted by experienced George walkers when the river is low.

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  1. Bob

    Stunning place !

    April 25, 2016 at 7:33 pm Reply

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