Home | Bwlch y Ddeufaen. Standing Stones
Rowen, Conwy, North Wales, United Kingdom.

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This is the most impressive of the stones, the 'southern stone'. It is about 10 ft high.

The date is estimated at c.2000 B.C.

Bwlch y Ddeufaen Location

A view of the Conwy Valley near the standing stones.

The pass,
Bwlch y Ddeufaen, is marked by two very fine standing stones that I have pictured here.. There are two smaller uprights close to the northern stone, and a series of small stones emerging from the peat a short distance east of the southern stone.

This is the other big standing stone. The 'northern stone' about 6ft high.

This stone is not from 'bwlch y ddeufaen', but is a mile back down the lane and is another view of the standing stone near
Maen y Bardd.

A few more pictures of the site.

OS 115. SH 716718 U2/U4

See directions for
Maen y Bardd, then continue west to the pass at the end of the Rowen valley. Alternatively by car, turn right after Rowen and climb to the roman road, continue to the end of tarmac road (car park). Stones are .4 mile to the west.

Go back to maen y bardd burial chamber

For holiday breaks including accommodation close to these and other Standing Stones, Stone Circles and Burial Chambers in North Wales please contact
the Bryn Holcombe Hotel.

Visit the walesdirectory home page. for links to other Welsh Historic sites.

Acknowledgement: A Guide to Ancient and Historic Wales. Gwynedd. Frances Lynch.
HMSO Publications.

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