- Mynach Falls
The Pontarfynach over the Mynach River
Location Aberystwyth, Wales Coordinates Coordinates: Type Segmented Total height 90 metres (300 ft) Number of drops 5
The area is famous for the Devil's Bridge (Welsh: Pontarfynach - Bridge Over the Mynach River), a series of three arch bridges that span the river, one above the other. The area near the waterfall is the terminus of the Vale of Rheidol Railway.
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