Cerrig Pryfaid
Bronze Age Stone Circle
South of Tal-y-Fan, Gwynedd. Wales  OS Map Ref SH72457132
OS Maps - Landranger 115 (Snowdon), Explorer 17 (Snowdon)




Click and drag your mouse in the picture to scroll around the landscape of Cerrig Pryfaid stone circle. The initial view is towards the east and the fine views down the Conwy valley (campass arrow indicates direction of north), the stones of the circle itself are small and difficult to make out in the tussocks of grass but at least seven can be seen in this panorama as well as the two labeled outliers. It is however the hills that dominates the landscape, the nearest hills to the north (beyond the wall) are Foel Lwyd and Tal-y-Fan while Drosgl, Drum, Pen-y-Castell, Penygadair and Pen-y-Gaer swing round from the west to the southeast.

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