I'm actually talking about the Great Orme in Llandudno, North Wales; a huge headland, or bluff if you prefer. The word 'orme' is thought to be derived from the ancient Norse word for 'worm' or 'sea serpent, and it certainly resembles one!
(view of the Great Orme from Llandudno pier.)
Being burdened with hefty rucksacks of vital provisions-and since we couldn't hire Sherpas for love nor money-my SIL and I decided that, rather than walk, we'd take the kids to the top of the hill on the Great Orme tramway. (Why is it that the little folk require so much food, drink, and spare clothing, I wonder?)
(The view from the top.)
As you can see, it's an incredibly beautiful place, overflowing with wildlife, stunning views and natural wonders. There's also an Iron age hill fort; Neolithic burial chambers; a Bronze age mine, and evidence of round house settlements. Oh, and there are fossils a-plenty to keep all the kids-big and small-happy.
If you're ever down Llandudno way, the Great Orme is well worth a visit.