We went up to the 'top' on the Funicular railway was was a good trip, although it was a shame there wasn't more to see at the top. The cafe was good, exhibition small but informative and the view from the viewing area was amazing.
We went in summer and perhaps in winter there is more to do but because you are locked in to the visitors centre on the summit it wasn't somewhere you could spend time. They say several times that this is for ecological reasons but it does feel like they just want to make money from guided descents. A small chance to just stand out on the mountain would have been nice!
Having said that it was worth the £10/adult return trip and the cafe was reasonably priced.
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