the river bridge on the Llanberis road. Approximately one kilometre from Pont Cyfyng, on the farm of Bryn Gefeiliau, there are the remains of a Roman fort (c.90–100 AD) and named Caer Llugwy by its excavators. The village is a popular centre for walking, climbing, mountaineering, mountain biking and other outdoor pursuits and is served by the Sherpa bus network. It is also home to a youth hostel, Army training camp, a camp site, several cafes and hotels and outdoor activity gear shops.
Capel Curig is a village and community in Conwy County Borough. It lies in the heart of Snowdonia, on the River Llugwy, and has a population of 206 at the 2011 census. It is surrounded by mountains including Moel Siabod and Pen Llithrig y Wrach. Capel Curig takes its name from the little Saint Julitta's Church in the ancient graveyard by