Elva Hill

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  1. Awen says:

    Re: Elva Hill
    This is a gorgeous stone circle. takes a while to find ,but the energies there are amazing.
    Well worth a visit

  2. esmeraldamac says:

    Re: Elva Hill
    The site does date from neolithic times. It’s also believed to be one of the trading-places for Langdale stone axes (which came from Pike o’ Stickle), more than four thousand years ago.

    Most of these axes have been found hundreds of miles away, so people came here from a long way, looking for something special!

    No news on whether they saw any elves, though đŸ˜‰

    (I guess I’m bound to say that alfar is a Viking word, so that name was added an awful lot later than the establishment of the site.)