Dyserth, Denbighshire, UK
The waterfalls at Dyserth fall 70 feet and then the river makes its way westwards and joins the River Clwyd west of Rhuddlan.
You have some good walks through the woods at the top and the village of Dyserth has a pub and tea rooms. To get to the top of the waterfall you have to pass up some steps between two massive walls, not sure what the walls were for but a good guess would be to house a waterwheel. The walk to the top is well worth the effort as you have an excellent view over to the coast or inland.
The steps and woods above are not good unless you are firm on your feet.
A stunning attraction at very little cost.
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