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List Number - 37

Name on maps:

Waterfalls.

English Name:

Janet’s Falls

Place:

Garreg-ddu Reservoir

River:

Unnamed

OS Outdoor Leisure Map: Nil

        OS Landranger Map: 147

                  Map Reference: SN897641

Rating (1 is low,5 is high):

Jans fallsAccess: Drive out of the Elan Village on the B4518, which then turns, into a single-track road running next to Caban-Coch Reservoir. When you reach the divide between Caban-Coch Reservoir and Garreg-ddu Reservoir turn left over the dam. At the other side on the right is a forestry track area where there is often parking places. Below the forestry track is a gate and a farm track (shown as a footpath) going along the side of the Garreg-ddu Reservoir. After a while there is a small bridge and just after a path (not public right of way) is on the left and leads up Cwm Coel to the smaller and main falls. Above the main fall is a series of smaller falls.

 

 

Comment: My wife fell down next to this one. Suffered concussion, a fractured cheekbone and a whole host of side effects! A bank gave way and it all happened in a flash. She was very lucky to have not hit any rocks. I would recon it took her two years to recover from this fall. Be warned!

 

The photo was March 2004 two days after Jan’s fall. She wasn’t there!

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