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Llwyn Bryn Dinas

Hillfort

<b>Llwyn Bryn Dinas</b>Posted by GLADMANImage © Robert Gladstone
Nearest Town:Llanfyllin (6km SSW)
OS Ref (GB):   SJ173247 / Sheet: 125
Latitude:52° 48' 47.11" N
Longitude:   3° 13' 37.74" W

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Just to the north of the B4396 inbetween Llangedwyn and the smaller Pentrefelin is this impresive hill fort perched way up in the air on what must be an extinct volcanoe. Walk from the west or the east, but climb it from the east through the natural entrance otherwise it's a really steep climb as we found out.

The bank runs around the entire hilltop reaching a height of about 5/6 feet, the back door is well defined but less so at the eastern entrance. What magnificent views from up here if your in the area the climb is well worth it.
postman Posted by postman
22nd January 2007ce
Edited 27th April 2007ce