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Craig-yr-Aderyn (Hillfort) by GLADMAN Looking approx north-east, Cadair Idris dominates the spell binding scene - surely the finest I've seen from any hill fort anywhere in the UK - filling both the head and entire left flank of the valley. Note Craig-y-Llyn, top left, bearing one of the massif's limited number (for Wales) of Bronze Age cairns. Craig yr Aderyn's drystone defensive ramparts can be seen bottom right of image. Note also Castell y Bere, of native Welsh origin, within the far 'jaws' of the cwm.
GLADMAN Image Credit: Robert Gladstone
Posted by GLADMAN
11th April 2015ce
Edited 12th April 2015ce
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