As you rightly point out Gerald, Great Orme has an amazing take-of and in the good times a few years ago, it would produce plenty of DX and DXCCs. You would run out of batteries way before running out of Chasers from this one.
I did take a look at the other bands while I was there and if my experience is anything to go by, I don’t see much hope above 17m at the moment. Having said all this, it’s a brave man who predicts propagation four weeks away.
As part of Guru’s TEP experiment, I spent 20 minutes calling CQ on 10m, with not a single contact to show for it. There was some activity on 15m, but for the most part, hardly worth wasting the precious battery, chasing weak signals.
So, 20m will probably be the honey hole on the 21st April, however, there has been the odd smattering of Es around on 10m, (sadly, not yesterday) and as we all know, that could be a game changer