Carreg Carn March Arthur

Situated in the Clwydian mountain range is another place where Arthur’s horse Llamrei left a hoof-print in a stone. The horse and rider leapt from a nearby cliff, escaping the invading Saxons.

The stone is laid flat on the ground, and an arch has been built over it with a mounted plaque which reads:

The stone underneath this Arch Carreg Carn March Arthur was adjudged to be the boundary of the Parish and Lordship of Mold in the county of Flint and of Llanverres in the County of Denbigh by the High Court of Exchequer at Westminster 10th November 1763.

See also
Maen Huail | The Legend of King Arthur