The Queen of Welsh Resorts
As the Llandudno Cable Cars glide silently from Happy Valley to the summit of the Great Orme, 679 feet up, you can take in the jaw-dropping panoramic views of the Bay of Llandudno, the Little Orme, the Conwy Estuary and miles out over the Iris Sea. And then look down on the beautiful gardens of Happy Valley or glimpse the action at the Llandudno Ski & Snowboard Centre.
The distance to the summit is just over a mile and the leisurely journey takes about nine minutes on an endless steel rope.
The Llanduno Cable Cars are painted in red, yellow, orange and light blue making them a colorful addition to the landscape of the Great Orme Country Park.
The highest point from the ground is around 80 feet and nine pylons support the cable.
The past is alive and well in North Wales. History and culture is everywhere, it defines who we are.
You can experience it in our historic buildings and town centres, our centuries-old villages, our working museums and the Welsh language - still the first language in many places.
With entry to museums free and many of our historic buildings beautifully preserved, a visit to North Wales is a wonderful cultural experience.
Compact but mighty, North Wales packs a punch well above its’ weight.
Begin your journey to North Wales here and experience a lifetime of adventures that are closer to you than you might think.
For outdoor adventurers there are world class thrills to be discovered in abundance on high hills and spectacular ridges, rushing rivers, sweeping bike trails and wild mountain tracks.
Italianate, Edwardian, botanical, wild and exotic – we have our fair share of lush, green gardens in North Wales.
Whether you want to saunter though our refined historic gardens or dream away the afternoon in a whimsical wonderland, our glorious gardens are the perfect place to while away the hours.