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Terror Mountain returns with five live action horror attractions for Halloween

Brave visitors will be hunting witches in black wood in the new Terror Mountain attraction, The Coven.

Terror Mountain returns later this month with its biggest ever live Halloween event which is guaranteed to make visitors scream and laugh in equal measure.

Set in the heart of the Cambrian Mountains, just outside Aberystwyth, Terror Mountain is ready to deliver a night of terror, thrills and fun for all attending on selected nights between October 22-31.

Visitors can experience five terrifying live action horror attractions and many more surprises. The creative team at Terror Mountain has developed an array of attractions that bring a variety of horrors to life, in terrifyingly themed experiences, all whilst being set in a genuine Victorian mine.

There are two brand new additions in the 2021 line-up, as well as some returning fan favourites. The Coven, one of the new additions, will see visitors search for legendary witches in pitch black woods.

Visitors may discover why things go bump in the night in the second new attraction, Haunted: Live. This thrilling horror experience sees visitors taking part in a live filming of a paranormal investigation that has the potential to go horribly wrong.

Returning favourites include the terrifying Summoning, where visitors witness a séance that doesn’t quite go to plan. Those feeling very brave can enter the mine itself and come face to face will a variety of twisted demonic creatures in Retribution.

Finally, Night Stalker is a live action show that will have visitors on the edge of their seat, as they try to discover the true identity of a mysterious murderer.

As well as the terrifying attractions, visitors can enjoy delicious food, a spooky atmosphere and hilariously odd wandering actors who love to say hello!

Located at the Silver Mountain Experience near Ponterwyd, on the A44 between Aberystwyth and Llangurig, Terror Mountain is running on selected nights from the October 22-31.