For more than a century the area of Devil’s Bridge has been one of the most famous beauty spots in Wales. The village itself has been popular since Victorian times when people travelled here to view the spectacular waterfalls created by the river Mynach falling three hundred feet into the river Rheidol. For a taste of the area select film or for details of the walks and their start locations scroll down to the map.

Walker’s Code of Conduct

Please help us look after this beautiful area by keeping to public footpaths, keeping dogs on Leads, taking litter home, avoiding disturbance to plants and wildlife and avoiding mine sites.

Safety Advice
  • Please follow the routes and allow adequate time for their completion.
  • Wear suitable footwear with good grip.
  • Have an OS Explorer Map 213 with you for reference.
  • Mobile phone coverage cannot be relied on in this area therefore inform a friend or family member of your walking route and the time you expect to arrive home.
  • Take a note of the weather forecast as some of the walks are unsuitable in misty weather.

Whilst every care has been taken in producing this guide, no Liability will be accepted for errors leading to any accident or incident.


Video – Walking in Devils Bridge