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All reviews copper mine amlwch port unique landscape information boards car park well worth a visit copper kingdom sturdy shoes mineral deposits great walk awesome sight steeped in history circular walk sunny day path leading easy path bronze age
We managed to get a walk round here with just an hours daylight left, what a little gem of a place, you really need 2-3hrs to fully explore. It’s an opencast copper mine dating back 4000yrs but heavily mined from circa 1750, now reclaimed and...More
Parys Mountains is very much a man-made made landscape, but well on its way to returning to nature. Amazing colours of rocks and well marked trail from the car park to the tower (a disused windmill) on the top of the hill. The paths are...More
Although not the best of weather this was a very interesting walk in quite frankly an alien environment. The colours and form of the mountain were fascinating and the history sobering- as are the ongoing environmental consequences of the historic mining activity. Well worth the...More
Arrived 9 am on Sunday 14th October, not the perfect weather when we arrived but the sun eventually came out for us all to witness all those wonderful colours, this place always delivers and I will continue to visit this amazing place
If you visit Anglesey don’t miss Parys Mountain, it really is worth an hour or two of your time. As many have already said the scale and the colours are incredible, but if you look around you can see breathtaking views in every direction.
Wanted to visit this place for years.
Wow, I wasn't disappointed, it's a surreal out of this world environment.
I've been visiting Anglesey for fifty years and trust me on this one, if the sun is shining, there's no better location on the island!!
Stayed in Amlwch for a week during which time my friend and I decided to walk our dogs up the mountain spectacular views abound and we could have happily spent several hours there would recommend you keep your dog on the lead because it could...More