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Holyhead Mountain, or Mynydd Twr

The highest point, at 220 metres, on Holy Island, North Wales, this rocky hill composed primarily of white quartzite, is about 3km west of Holyhead. Its western face is a dramatic ridge, dropping to heather-clad moorland which covers most of this part of Holy Island.

Holyhead Mountain summit, Anglesey

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