Descend down to the river to view the punchbowl. Here you can see how the force of the river Mynach has carved beautiful, large pot holes into the rock. From this view point the Three Bridges built one on top of the other tower overhead and are an awesome sight.
Use the U-turn box to listen to the story of the ledgend of how an old lady outwitted the Devil to save her cow. Which is how Devils Bridge got it's name. Hear some traditional Welsh harp music or select the information about the history of our area.
For a more adventurous walk you can take the 45 minute walk to see the bridges from the other side of the road and then follow the nature trail and descend into the wooded gorge to see the 300ft waterfalls.
These walks are challenging and consists of many steep steps.
Per person: £1.00
Child (age 5-16) £2.00
Child under 5 Free
Senior Citizen £3.00
Senior Citizen £2.00
Student £1.25 - £1.50
Open all the time
Open all year by turnstile
Attendant at entrance from 9:45 to 17:00 Easter to end of October
(please note - attendant hours may vary slightly depending on high or low season).
Groups welcome during attendant hours.