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pssa and the great orme

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pssa and the great orme

Post by Guest on Mon Aug 16, 2010 7:32 am


how do I get to the flying site on the great orme.Info please

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Re: pssa and the great orme

Post by Brian Colclough on Mon Aug 16, 2010 7:46 am

Morning John, there are several places to fly on the Orme but the most popular one by far is known as the "tank tracks" car park. Drive round the perimeter road, one way from the pier and keep going till you pass the cafe on your right, about 50-60 yds past the cafe there's a left turn onto a heavily corrugated concrete road that leads up to a car park at it's end. Wink
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Re: pssa and the great orme

Post by Guest on Mon Aug 16, 2010 8:22 am

thanks Brian,never thought of Google.I heard it was Tank Track but thought it was a mistake and it was Tram track! Embarassed

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