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Rhaeadr Dyserth Waterfall | Waterfall in Wales

Updated: Jan 2

Rhaeadr Dyserth is a lovely little waterfall located right in the middle of a village. If you fancy being adventurous, you can keep climbing the steps to explore the further trails and if you're lucky enough to have a lot of water flowing, why not go for a quick dip?!

Image of Rhaeadr Dyserth Waterfall in Wales.
Photo taken by @davemort_photography via Instagram.

Rhaeadr Dyserth is a beautiful waterfall to visit, but be prepared for some steep steps and pathways along the way (it's totally worth it for the view though!). The falls are gorgeous, and there's plenty of time for a quick picture on the bridge walkway.

Stunning waterfall in a beautiful setting. Ideal as a family and the dog for a walk around. My kids loved exploring around and the little caves too. – Google Review

Quick tip: When you get to the top of the steps you'll see an area with benches, look to the left of that and you'll see steps which lead down into the main wooded area of the falls. The path is uneven, but once down you can then explore all of the pathways and water streams to your hearts content!


Things to know before visiting Rhaeadr Dyserth Waterfall

  • Unfortunately the waterfall isn't suitable for a swim, but you could always dip your toes in!

  • Rhaeadr Dyserth Waterfall is dog friendly.

  • Unfortunately due to there being too many steps and uneven paths, Rhaeadr Dyserth isn't wheelchair or pram friendly.

  • There is a small fee to pay to enter and view the waterfall; 50p per person.


Image of Rhaeadr Dyserth Waterfall in Wales.
Photo taken by @binita_thapa29 via Instagram.

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