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Porth-yr-Ogof Cave, also known as Porth Yr Ogof, is a cave system located in the southern part of the Brecon Beacons National Park in Wales. The cave system is approximately 3.5 kilometers long and is a popular destination for cavers and tourists alike.
The cave system features a variety of underground streams, waterfalls, and limestone formations, making it a unique and visually stunning destination. The entrance to the cave is located near the Cwm Porth car park and is easily accessible for visitors.
Porth-yr-Ogof Cave is divided into several sections, each with its own unique features and challenges. One of the highlights of the cave is the “Inner Sanctum”, a large chamber with a high ceiling and impressive limestone formations. Another popular section is the “Waterfall Series”, which features a series of underground waterfalls and pools.
The cave system is open to visitors year-round, but it is important to note that caving can be dangerous and should only be attempted by experienced cavers or with the help of a local guide. Several local companies offer guided tours of the cave, providing visitors with a safe and informative caving experience.