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Maes Mochnant

Standing Stones


Visited 30.8.13

As with Llanrhaeadr-ym-Mochnant one to seek out when visiting the famous waterfall a short distance to the north.

The easiest point of access is to take the B4396 turning off the B4580.
This takes you to the north of the standing stone and a metal field gate (the stone is easily seen from here – next to the hedgerow). Hop over the gate and it is only a short walk to the stone.

A public right of way crosses the field but not via the gate.
When I visited it was late afternoon and the field was empty so it wasn’t a problem.

I realised when I visited that I had seen this standing stone before several years ago as a 'drive by' after visiting the waterfall.

Surprised no-one has posted field notes before?
Posted by CARL
2nd September 2013ce

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