Posts Tagged ‘Foel Lus’
|Date||12 May 2012|
|Location||Foel Lus, Penmaenmawr||SH 73727 76324; 53.26881°N, 3.89485°W|
Prominent in the skyline to the east of Penmaenmawr is the 362-metre-high rounded hill Foel Lus. This is circumnavigated at a level of around 250 m by the Jubilee Path, a route affording wonderful views, especially from the viewpoint on the east looking towards the Sychnant Pass.
The path was opened as a leisure attraction in 1888 and commemorated Victoria’s 1887 Golden Jubilee. The cost of construction was £50, plus £5 for the pillars at the entrance on the southwest side of the hill.