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A place of beauty, I have visited it often to photograph and I think it's stunning location. I know there is a track if you want to walk up the mountain, I'll pass. But you will see plenty of people climbing the mountain. Beautiful part...More
One of the most walkers/climbed mountain in Donegal, Ireland. Situated north west of Letterkenny lies the beautiful rugged landscape & Mount Errigal overlooking the village of Dunlewey & Poison Glen. A must visit when in the beautiful county of Donegal, Ireland.
This was an awesome hike despite the fact that we had bad weather on the day we chose to hike. The mountain was super misty and it even started to rain at one point. We did not know how tall the mountain was when we...More
Situated north west of Letterkenny, Co. Donegal, Mount Errigal is one of Donegal's most famous mountain. It is famous amongst mountain climbers. Quite beautiful and overlooks the small village of Dunlewey. Would recommend a visit when visiting Co. Donegal.
I climbed this mountain as part of my plan to climb all Ireland's mountains. There is a car park at the bottom of the hill and a good path takes you to the summit. It's a bit boggy to start with but this soon gives...More
We climbed this mountain on one of the heatwave days, which made the views amazing! There was only one or two other people on the mountain that day-not busy like slieve donard. I recommend finding a hot day to do it so that the clouds...More
Climbed Errigal for the first time today and thoroughly enjoyed it! The bog at the foot of the mountain is quite annoying but once you reach the gravel the climb is very rewarding and not too strenuous. Taking it easy, it took me about 70...More
Have only climbed this mountain once but cannot wait to climb it again! Such amazing views the whole way up. Definitely wear suitable clothing and footwear as bog land needs to be crossed before climbing it
stayed here during my sisters wedding last year.
stayed here over teh years and it still remains and holds that home from home feel about it. the bedroom i had was modern (600s) and i know they are refurbing others. food was lovely at the...More
You will see a car park as you drive around the bottom. Can be fairly boggy and wet. We tied bags over our boots. Done the job. Just follow the path you be grand. Its an easy hike up. Enjoy. Just google b&bs. Etc. We hired... More
You will see a car park as you drive around the bottom. Can be fairly boggy and wet. We tied bags over our boots. Done the job. Just follow the path you be grand. Its an easy hike up. Enjoy. Just google b&bs. Etc. We hired house on airbnb. Worth a check
I left from the carpark coming in from the Letterkenny side, this was on a summers evening it did not take long to reach the top I had someone with me who had been up before at the base it vague but when past it there is a... More
I left from the carpark coming in from the Letterkenny side, this was on a summers evening it did not take long to reach the top I had someone with me who had been up before at the base it vague but when past it there is a definite trail to the top to follow...