So much to discover
The views from the Great Orme’s 679ft (207m) summit are breathtaking – from Snowdonia and Anglesey, all the way to the Isle of Man, Blackpool and the Lake District.
The Great Orme’s dynamic beauty, rich history and natural splendour are well worth the journey.
Take time to explore the Great Orme and its amazing Bronze Age copper mines, Iron Age fort, Stone Age remains or the 6th century St. Tudno’s Church. On your journey, look out for the wild Kashmir Goats or the rare Silver Studded Blue Butterflies.
So much to do – Begin by exploring the Visitor Centre and learn more about the Great Orme Country Park and the work of the dedicated Country Park Wardens. Take a picnic with you and enjoy the playground or even a round of mini golf.
If you’re feeling energetic explore the miles of footpaths whilst taking in the views of the surrounding areas. Finish with a trip to the North Wales Wildlife Trust stop located in the Visitor Centre where you can purchase the official Tramway merchandise.
View our Great Orme Guide with information on wildlife, history and geology
Get the Route Card for the Historical Trail down from the summit of the Great Orme
Get the Route Card for the Nature Trail from the summit of the Great Orme – includes a Nature Trail Detective Eye Spy