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First up be careful you don’t miss the turning as you can’t see the sign if you approach with the reserve on your left, but easy to turn around if you do miss it. Took the dog for a walk here today and had a...More
This hill was a regular walk for me, long before it became a reserve. As a local, I knew many of the pathways by heart. However, I'm very glad it's become a reserve, as the plants and animals deserve to be respected.
The walk can...More
A brilliant hidden gem that the locals and their dogs have discovered. Open grass areas and woodlands giving great views to Anglesey and the Isle of Man from the summit. Good car park and the whole place very close to town.
Well worth going off the beaten track, Bryn Euryn has it's own small car park and a choice of two way marked paths. One path skirts the outside of the hill, while the other ascends to the top. Both paths pass the ruins of the...More
I loved this trip around the Mountain it has some beautiful views when you get to the summit. There are a choice of routes you can take Summit and woodland, I did them both and enjoyed my time there. Would recommend to anyone
We travelled with dogs and, as mentioned in many of the reviews, this is a perfect place to walk them. It's worth climbing a bit, up above the car-park, in order to find one of the many clearings among the trees and taken the views...More