Conwy Mountain, Mynydd-y-Dref, Mountains Conwy, Conwy County - Wales where to go, what to see and where to stay in Wales


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Conwy Mountain (Welsh: Mynydd y Dref - town mountain) is located on the north Wales coast, to the east of Penmaenmawr and to the west of Conwy. The hill forms part of a trio of hills, Alltwen (255m), Penmaen-bach (245m) and Conwy Mountain (244m). They are bordered to the north by the A55 and the Irish Sea, to the south by the Sychnant Pass and the Carneddau range of mountains of which they are part. The hills are crossed by several walks and are on the route of the North Wales Coastal Path. There are grand views from Conwy Mountain including Conwy Bay, the Creuddyn Peninsula, the Isle of Anglesey, the Conwy Estuary and Conwy town and Castle. There are remains of an ancient hill-fort, Castell Caer Seion, at the summit of Conwy Mountain.
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