Conwy Mountains, Conwy, Wales.
Conwy Mountain is a hilly area to the west of the ancient town of Conwy, in North Wales. To the north it overlooks the sea of Conwy Bay, and to the south lie the foothills of the Carneddau range of mountains, of which it forms a part.
At the summit of Conwy Mountain are the Neolithic Hut Circles and the Iron Age hillfort of Castell Caer Seion, Castell Caer Seion comprised a stone walled fort, and remains show this to have been an extensive site, incorporated more than 60 hut circles and levelled platform houses, and with a citadel and outposts.
Photo: Shine Through, by Laurence Crossman-Emms.