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Castell Carndochan - Archaeolegwyr Anturus Eryri

Arrive at Castell Carndochan prepared for weather conditions. The walk up to the site where the remains of this mediaeval castle is situated is a strenuous one. Take a walk around the remaining walls and rubble of the site. Appreciate the mass of rubble indicating the large walls, the incorporation of natural boulders and the semi-circle feature in the defensive wall. Additionally the square shape in the middle with thick walls could indicate the remains of a defensive tower.

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Young person's sketch of site

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Young person's description of site

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Archaeolegwyr Anturus Eryri, residential...

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Group shelter, Castell Carndorchan

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Field work at Castell Carndorchan

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Field work at Castell Carndochan

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Field work at Castell Carndochan

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Field work at Castell Carndorchan

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Field Work at Castell Carndochan

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Congratulations on visiting one of the Castles, believed to have been built by Llewelyn ap Iorweth some time after his slighting of the castle at Bala, that was on my hit list for a visit, but unfortunately, a stroke four years ago has seriously curtailed my scrambling and walking abilities. Despite that, I am not one to give up easily and so, it is still down on my 'have a go' list. Good luck with your future adventures. Maldimo52

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