A secluded waterfall in the Brecon Beacons has been named one of the world’s top skinny dipping locations.
Lady Falls came 22nd in the list compiled by dating reviews website MyDatingAdviser.com with a score of 51.5.
The seven-meter high waterfall on the river Afon Pyrddin in the Brecon Beacons National Park, is popular with visitors as it is easily accessible from the village trailhead in Pontneddfechan.
Amy Pritchett, managing editor at MyDatingAdviser: “This is my declaration to the world to have fun and skinny dip!
“The past year has been difficult and we have all experienced lockdown, grief, and disruption to our normal lives.
“There is nothing more liberating and joyful than a skinny dip. If you have the opportunity to visit a beautiful skinny dipping spot, then it’s worth stripping down, enjoying nature, and having a splash! Remember it’s not a big deal, and if the water is cold, even better!”
To determine the best spots around the world, the site looked at seven key metrics of skinny dipping friendliness: pollution, Blue Flag status, weather, air temperature, water temperature, safety, and hotel cost.
Top of the list was Lokrum Island, Dubrovnik in Croatia, followed by Spiaggia della Lecciona, Tuscany in Italy, and Maslin Beach, Adelaide in Australia.
To access Lady Falls start in Pontneddfechan. From here, it’s a 30-minute walk along the riverside to the waterfall. You will eventually come to a wooden bridge that you can cross and it leads you to the falls.
Source: Powys County Times
Original publication 4 September, 2021
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