The Skirrid mountain, in Welsh Ysgyrid Fawr, known also as St Michael's Mount and The Holy Mountain, a prominent object for many miles around, rises precipitously above the village.
The highest spot is 486 metres (1595) feet above sea level here can be traced the walls of an ancient chapel, called St Michael's. Chapel. The length from east to west is 25 feet and the breadth 20 feet.
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