Posted by: Geoff | January 23, 2015

The highest place in Llandudno

Great-Orme-summit-Llandudno

This marker can be found at the highest point of the Great Orme; this is looking to the north, the arrows point out places that can be seen on a clear day, (I assume!) and the relevant distances to them.

Enjoy your weekend!

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  1. I wonder if Beeston Castle is on there. Cus i can see that from my home .and i have spotted it on a clear day from the orme b4 now.. good week end to all.. 🙂

  2. I suppose if it was a cloudy day one could figure out pretty quickly what could or could not be seen. Maybe. It is nice to have such an informational piece where it is helpful. Re your comment on Ocala: It seems to me that I did hear someone yell, “Hey Queenie, come get your dog”? But I wouldn’t swear to it!

  3. Can you see Ireland on a clear day?!

    • I saw it once in January, two or three years ago.

  4. Find these markers most useful and can spend ages looking for different landmarks. Enjoy the weekend.

  5. How fun to have that marker to point things out. Now I’m wondering if there is one on top of Camelback Mountain. I’ve been to the top of South Mountain and I don’t recall one up there. Maybe I should suggest that to our Parks and Recreation people.

  6. I like this idea!

  7. Oh well next clear day, you’ll have to use the long lens to show us!

  8. I always like finding markers at high points to tell me what I’m looking at.

  9. Interesting marker! I was trying to see if Snowdon was marked on there. Can you see Snowdon from the Great Orme?

    • Afraid not, its hidden behind the mountains in front of it!

  10. I like these kinds of markers. They also help me remember things when I take photos on holiday!


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