Sights mostly North of Snowdonia.
Another of Edward I's castle built in a ring around Snowdonia to subdue the Welsh.http://www.castlewales.com/conwy.html
A walled town built at the same time as the castle.http://www.historicconwy.co.uk/
Bronze is made out of Copper and Tin. At this mine the largest pre-historic mine in Britain Bronze Age man mined for Copper.http://www.greatormemines.info/
Orme comes from the Norse for worm or serpent as the penisula looked like a worms head to the Vikings that sailed the Irish sea.http://www.llandudno.com/orme.html
Yet another of Edward I's ring of castles. Each is said to be a days march apart, so it must have been a days march West to Conwy, South to Denbigh, and East to Flint.http://www.castlewales.com/rhudln.html
Another of Edward I's castles.http://www.castlewales.com/denbigh.html
Llyn Brenig is a reservior, at the North end there is an archaeological trail with some interesting pre-historic monuments.http://myweb.tiscali.co.uk/celynog/llyn_brenig.htm
Views of Snowdonia from the North (position shown on co-ords) and within (Llanberis Pass).
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