Sgwd yr Eira The Hepste plunges over a band of resistant gritstone to form the waterfall Sgŵd yr Eira, (translated from Welsh as 'fall of snow'). A public footpath runs behind this fall, making it one of the most popular tourist attractions in South Wales. One mile downstream of the fall, the river joins the Afon Mellte near to the village of Ystradfellte.
St Baglan's Church, Llanfaglan..Nr Caernarfon, North Wales .St Baglan's parish church stands alone in the middle of a field and is now a friendless church owned by the Friends of Friendless Churches. The church, which may have a pre-Christian foundation, contains a stone inscribed Lovernus Fil. Other stones date to the fifth and sixth centuries. Although the C