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Little Orme
Ranked #15 of 99 things to do in Llandudno
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Reviewed June 22, 2013

Take refreshments if you need them and there are no toilets. You need to be in good health and enjoy trekking, starting off from Angel Cove (where you may spot sea lions in the vacinity) then trudge up Little Orme but beware, when you think you've reached the summit, you haven't, discovering it's at least four more levels. Just when you are doubtful it isn't the summit you ascend over the brow and the view hits you! North, South, East and West with Conwy Hills, Snowdonia, Ros On sea and the whole of Llandudno Bay including the Great Orme. So sit, rest and enjoy!

3  Thank Clifford C
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Reviewed May 10, 2013

How different from the Great Orme. It is so peaceful and lots of walks and good views without the crowds. Plenty wildlife. So pretty

2  Thank Carol R
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Reviewed April 26, 2013

This is the site of the first printing press in Wales in 1584. As a nature walk, it is more fun than you'd expect. It's quieter than the Great Orme, so you can look at fulmars on their nests - don't go too close, they can spit a bit of part-digested smelly fish a surprisingly long way - and lie on the edge and watch the seals. All sorts of other birds and botany. Both this and the Great Orme are of Carboniferous Limestone which makes good white building stone, so it was quarried here until the days of grey concrete and brick. Many of the older buildings around the area are brightly white as a result.

3  Thank Peter Pedr J
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Reviewed March 8, 2013 via mobile

Just spent the morning on the little orme, you must take the time to go over to angel bay to see the seals, counted 31 today, it's lovely to hear them as their sounds echo around the cove, very relaxing and peaceful and your not too far from the craigside pub so you can finish morning off with a pint.

9  Thank Whato14
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