- Craig y Forwyn, Conwy
Craig y Forwyn (meaning "Maiden's Crag" in English) is a crag in Conwy County Borough, Wales, located less than a mile south of Llanddulas, near the village of Rhyd y Foel. It reaches a height of 110 metres (360 ft), and rock climbers have identified and rated more than 160 routes for ascending it. The cliff consists of carboniferous limestone, underlain by a seam of coal and a stratum of shale bearing impressions of fossil plants. The summit of the hill is over 170m (558ft) above sea level. Nearby is Llanddulas quarry.
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