Looking for the Batcave? Just follow the boardwalk

It's about to get a lot easier to find the entrance to the Batcave.

Wales Online reports efforts are under way to make the picturesque Henrhyd Falls more accessible. Located on the southern edge of Brecon Beacons National Park, the 90-foot waterfall doubled as the entrance the Batcave in The Dark Knight Rises. Already a tourist favorite, the falls were made even more popular by Christopher Nolan's 2012 film.

According to the Brecon Beacons National Park Authority, improvements have been made to the trail leading to Henrhyd Falls, with two stiles replaced by self-closing gates, the addition of steps and a boardwalk to protect the meadow habitat, and the installation of audio panels so visitors can listen to recordings of geology and botany experts as well as local residents.

The tallest waterfall in South Wales, Henrhyd Falls was also used in 2012's Wrath of the Titans.

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