B4417 - Tre'r Ceiri - B4417

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This walk is short but sharp, classed as moderate because of the climb and the rocky path near the top. The top of the hill carries the best-preserved hill-fort in Britain. The view is impressive, reaching from Cardigan round the coast to Anglesey. There is no easy return route and it is necessary to retrace your steps, but this gives a chance really to enjoy the views.

Wales - North Wales - Gwynedd - Llyn Peninsula


Ancient Monument, Birds, Flowers, Great Views, Mountains
5/23/2023 - David Yarwood

Quite a climb, but worth the effort. My advice is to stick to the well-worn path which takes a roundabout route but is less likely to result in heart failure. The Iron Age remains are remarkable,as are the views.