Carn Alw is a rocky outcrop with a fortified Iron Age settlement.
Enclosures , hut circles ,long huts , walls, etc. can be seen here.
The Iron Age enclosure at Carn Alw was defended to the North and East
by the rocky outcrop .
To the West / South West , a Chevaux-de-frise , a defensive feature constructed of
numerous stones set upright in the ground , in roughly three bands , protected the enclosure
An avenue of small stones through the Chevaux De Frise lead to the main entrance.
Chevaux de frise means "Horse of the Friesland" , so called because anti cavalry obstacles
were first used by the Frisians in the 17th Century.
Location: SN 1378 3371