Four Waterfalls 2009

Really. Just four. Or eleven, for those who know how to count. Perhaps even thirteen or so if you count cascades.

This is the most popular of the Waterfall walks in Waterfall Country, in Fforest Fawr in the Brecon Beacons National Park. Been here many times, and already have many good photos, so this will not be a complete gallery. The idea is not to duplicate existing pictures, but to compliment them with seasonal images, or new perspectives. The start point is from the Porth yr Ogof car park, not the more risky forestry car park.

Wellies (aka. Wellington boots) are not required for the normal tourist routes, and while I would of course recommend walking boots, we did see tourists wearing flat soled shoes. However, to follow the more adventurous parts of our route, a pair of wellies, or some equivalent footwear, is essential. Those parts should also only be followed in suitable water conditions, as they require crossing major rivers, which are too deep for most walking boots even in low water. You are responsible for your own risk assessment. Take care.