Foel Cwmcerwyn mountain guide
- Elevation: 536 m
- Difficulty: Walk up
- Best months to climb: All year round. Best in winter following snow.
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Foel Cwmcerwyn is the highest point of the Preseli Hills and of Pembrokeshire. It lies within the borders of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park although it is 10 km from the sea. A path leads to the summit from the village of Rosebush in the south-west. A trig point and a number of cairns are dotted across the summit area, and there is a disused quarry on the hill's eastern slopes. The hills are dotted with prehistoric remains including evidence of Neolithic settlement. Bluestone from the hills at Carn Menyn, sometimes called Carn Meini, has for long been believed to have been used to build the inner circle of Stonehenge.
Foel Cwmcerwyn Climbing Notes
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