|Three cairns on the lip of the escarpment at the north of Hirwaun Common, enjoying extensive views of the mountains.
Twyn Canwyllyr (SN9375304253)
Small cairn of 2m diameter and only 0.2m high. Moss covered. Small stones. Placed on a ridge with extensive views N to Brecon Beacons and Black Mountains to NW.Pictures here.
A cairn on the summit of Craig-y-Bwlch on a ridge with extensive views north to the Brecon Beacons and Black Mountains. It is 10m in diameter and 1m high and flat in the centre where stones are exposed. A possible cist capstone is visible in the central hollow.Pictures here.
Tarren y Bwlch (SN94810337)
Tarren-y-Bwlch Cairn is a round barrow 8m in diameter and 1m high. In the centre is a hollow 2m in diameter and 0.5m deep. It is prominently sited on a ridge with extensive views northwards to the Brecon Beacons and Black Mountains.Picture here.
Posted by thesweetcheat
22nd July 2013ce
Edited 22nd July 2013ce