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Mountains

Benbulben

Benbulben

Northwest Ireland | County Sligo

Benbulben (irish: "Binn Ghulbain"), also known as "Table Mountain" is a large rock formation (526 m high), in Dartry Mountains, County Sligo. Its unique shape was formed during the ice age, approximately 320 million years ago, and it's composed mostly of limestone. It also has unique variety of plants, including many Arctic–alpine plants. Benbulben often ...   more info and photos

Slieve League

Slieve League

Northwest Ireland | County Donegal

Slieve League (Irish: Sliabh Liag) is a mountain situated on the Atlantic coast of Donegal Bay in County Donegal. It is 601 m high and it has second highest sea cliffs in Ireland, the fifth highest in Europe (Slieve League's cliffs reach almost 3 times higher then famous The Cliffs of Moher in County Clare). There are two paths leading to the summit of Sliev...   more info and photos

Mount Errigal

Mount Errigal

Northwest Ireland | County Donegal

Mount Errigal is 751 meters high and is the highest mountain in County Donegal. Its glowing quartzite, cone-shaped peak dominates the landscape and the rest of Derryveagh Mountains. Is also the part of mountain chain, called locally the "Seven Sisters".

Climbing on Errigal is not technically difficult, but it requires good physical condition and be...   more info and photos

Croagh Patrick

Croagh Patrick

West Ireland | County Mayo

Croagh Patrick is third highest mountain in County Mayo and has 764 m. This is Ireland's Holy Mountain, one of the most sacred and important sites of pilgrimage. The legend said that St. Patrick has fasted and prayed for 40 days here and also said that Croagh Patrick is the mount from which he banished snakes from Ireland forever! There is annual pilgrimage...   more info and photos

Wicklow Mountains

Wicklow Mountains

East Ireland | County Wicklow

Wicklow Mountains, which are visible from Dublin are actually rounded hills, here and there a layer of granite weathering stopped and as a result there are more pointed formations, such as the Great Sugarloaf Mountain. The highest peak Lugnaquillia has 925m and is the 13th highest in Ireland. There are a total of 39 peaks over 600 metres. There are only thre...   more info and photos

Wicklow Way

Wicklow Way

East Ireland | County Wicklow

The Wicklow Way it's Ireland's first and longest officially marked hiking trail (132km). It's not always easy to follow it, even if it is marked, but maybe that's one of its charms. It takes approximately 6-7 days to pass the entire path. It starts from Marlay Park in Dublin. Trail quickly leaves the Dublin behind as it climbs into the mountains and sheltere...   more info and photos