At about 680 feet (206 metres) the Great Orme might be thought of as rather a slight hill. But, it looks as imposing as a far greater eminence, as it overlooks the Welsh seaside resort of Llandudno. It’s an outcrop of limestone, about two miles long and a mile wide where, back in the Bronze Age, copper was mined. But, they only discovered the old mine workings as late as 1987.
Nowadays, it’s the Great Orme Country Park, and, ever since Victorian times, people, especially visitors, have liked to