The Great Orme (Llandudno) Reviews
Newest Review: ... however as this is not only a bit dull, you miss out on all the scenery, the bracing gale that is inevitably blowing off the Irish Sea, and the rugged limestone dominated scenery on the way up. You can walk up the road and several different paths of differing steepness and difficulty to the summit, although no path is more than a moderate challenge for a reasonably fit person. There is also a tramway to take you up the mountain, which has been in operation since 1902, and is a good option for those who don't wish to walk up, and an infinitely more rewarding trip than taking the car. The tram drops you off right next to the visitor centre a... more
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by - written on 31/10/11 (Very useful, 123 readings)
I'm very lucky living in North Wales that I have the Snowdonia National Park within easy driving distance for a nice walk on a pleasant weekend day, but also a range of coastal resorts and beaches to choose from should a trip to the seaside take my fancy. However there is one resort on the North Wales coast that sort of allows you to combine both of those things in one. I am of course talking about the very popular Llandudno, and in particular, the Great Orme. Now for those of you who are not familiar with Llandudno, you are probably thinking that's a very grand title, just what exactly is "The Great Orme" and what's so great about it? Llandudno is ... Read the complete review
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