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Site Site type
Abersoch Mesolithic forestMesolithic site
Abri de la MadeleineCave / Rock Shelter
Aelwyd UchafRound Barrow(s)
Afon TaweAncient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
Alderman's BarrowRound Barrow(s)
AldourieRing Cairn
Allington DownRound Barrow(s)
Allt An-T-SniomhChambered Cairn
Allt CuneddaRound Barrow(s)
Allt yr EsgairHillfort
Amroth Mesolithic forestMesolithic site
ArchenfieldChambered Tomb
ArmadaleBarrow / Cairn Cemetery
Arthur's Seat and Crow Hill fortHillfort
Atlantic Trading Estate BarrowRound Barrow(s)
AvenisLong Barrow
Bacon HoleCave / Rock Shelter
BarnackRound Barrow(s)
Barnmoor Wood CampHillfort
Barrister's Plain cross dykeDyke
Bass HillArtificial Mound
Bathampton CampHillfort
Bathampton Downs barrowsRound Barrow(s)
Bearah TorCairn(s)
Beausale CampPromontory Fort
Beggar's BushRound Barrow(s)
Beinn-y-PhottRound Cairn
Bell MountCairn(s)
Belladrum (North)Clava Cairn
Berrow HillHillfort
BerrynarborBarrow / Cairn Cemetery
Berwick Bassett DownRound Barrow(s)
Big Moor (south) cairnsCairn(s)
Birtles HallRound Barrow(s)
Bishop KinkellChambered Cairn
Bishopston ValleyPromontory Fort
Black BankHillfort
Black BeckCairn(s)
Black CliffHillfort
Black Down (Priddy)Round Barrow(s)
Black Point RathCliff Fort
Blackford Hill fortHillfort
Blaen GlynCairn(s)
Blaen-y-Cwm UchafCairn(s)
Blatchford Bottom settlementsAncient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
Blodwel RockHillfort
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"The fleeting hour of life of those who love the hills is quickly spent, but the hills are eternal. Always there will be the lonely ridge, the dancing beck, the silent forest; always there will be the exhilaration of the summits. These are for the seeking, and those who seek and find while there is still time will be blessed both in mind and body." Alfred Wainwright

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