New Radnor - Water-breaks-its-neck (Waterfall).

 

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List Number - 33

Name on maps:

Water-breaks-its-neck (Waterfall).

English Name:

Water-breaks-its-neck

Place:

New Radnor

River:

Tributary of Summergil / Black Brook.

OS Outdoor Leisure Map: Nil

        OS Landranger Map: 148

                  Map Reference: SO183601

Rating (1 is low,5 is high): 

Access: On the A44, west of Kington, past New Radnor, there is a small sign to the right as one heads towards the general direction of Llandrindod Wells. The sign points out not a lot (picnic area or the like) and you will probably miss the turning! Anyway when you finally get to the picnic area you are encouraged to park close to the road and walk no where. There is a track which takes you a quarter of a mile to a second parking area close to a wood. Walk down the track a few hundred yards until the river crosses the track and follow the river to the waterfall. It can be a lot less water than this.

 

 

Comment: Very Nice. Easy Walk. The person who I went with in the picture said that it was the prettiest waterfall her had seen. Wasn’t as good when I went with my wife in the snow!

 

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