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Snaefell Mountain

Type:Landmark

Snaefell Mountain

About

Snaefell is the highest mountain and the only summitt higher than 2,000 feet on the Isle of Man at 2,034 feet above sea level. 

On a clear day six kingdoms can be seen from the top of Snaefell: Isle of Man, England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales and Heaven. 

At the top of the summit there is a cafe which offers refreshments and a regular tram service operates to the summit of Snaefell from Laxey during the summer months. 

Snaefell is also a popular walking spot with walkers walking upto the summit either from Laxey or the Bungalow Tram Station where there is car parking available and special walking equipment is not required. Caution is however required in steep areas as grass, earth and rocks are often slippery. 

 

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Map & Directions

Road Directions

Snaefell Mountain can be accesed from the A18 Snaefell Mountain Road from Douglas or Ramsey and car parking is available at the Bungalow Tram Station.

Public Transport Directions

Snaefell Mountain is served by the Snaefell Mountain Railway which operates between Laxey Tram Station and Snaefell Mountain in the Summer months. 

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