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You should only come here if you are interested in war stories.
This location is part of the fierce battles took place over Falkland.
there are some scraps left overs of the Argentinian Army on the grounds.
We enjoyed this tour not only for the opportunity to see the battlefields up close but to also see a bit of the island beyond Port Stanley. Our guide was engaging and did a great job in explaining how the conflict unfolded and detailing the...More
Falklanders take con5inued pride over Mount Longdon. Our driver on our return from Volunteer Point, took the time to explain the battle at Mount Longdon. A helicopter is burnt and rusting along the highway as a relic of the battle. Fascinating history that the Falklanders...More
Its history is riveting, the battle fought there intense and tragic. The relics of war still remain. We found the climb even to the lower reaches very moving. What a desolate, sad place, yet the scene of such courage ...
For a taste of what Falklands battlegrounds were like, this is the place.
You can easily retrace the steps of the British troops as they stormed the top... it's quite a hike so take your time and wear proper footware and a warm jacket (wind)....More
This is a good couple of hours walk from Moody Brook, where your vehicle can be left. It's reasonably easy to reach, however, it can be boggy when wet. Be careful, because it's highly unlikely that you will see anyone else on your walk.
Response from FraserR59 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, I was working out of Stanley for 6 weeks with the search and rescue helicopter. The best bet would to head for the small travel agents in Stanley, which is a stones throw from the jetty and sea front. Its located a... More
Hi, I was working out of Stanley for 6 weeks with the search and rescue helicopter. The best bet would to head for the small travel agents in Stanley, which is a stones throw from the jetty and sea front. Its located a couple of roads back from the main sea front road, tucked away but easy to find (Might be worth a google search). they seem to have access to local tours etc. Im aware they do land rover safari type tours. Its well worth it if you can do a tour, not only is it stunning but you will see plenty of memorials to the fallen from the parachute regiment which i severed with.
By the way i was born in Leicester! small world :).....Take care.