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A mountain hike from the perfect family picnic spot

We didn't stop at having a picnic, we went all the way up to the top of Slieve Foy herself! It's a... read more

Reviewed 7 August 2018
Oreena L
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Dundalk, Ireland
Lovely hill walk

Just finished the Slieve Foye loop walk on a glorious sunny afternoon, what a pleasure it was. Once... read more

Reviewed 3 August 2018
HullenEdge
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United Kingdom
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7 Aug 2018
“A mountain hike from the perfect family picnic spot”
3 Aug 2018
“Lovely hill walk”
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Reviewed 7 August 2018

We didn't stop at having a picnic, we went all the way up to the top of Slieve Foy herself! It's a challenging hike, but well worth the climb. Slieve Foy is the tallest Mountain in Co. Louth, and overlooks Carlingford lough like a protector....More

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Reviewed 3 August 2018 via mobile

Just finished the Slieve Foye loop walk on a glorious sunny afternoon, what a pleasure it was. Once past the elevated car park near Two Mile River and into the hill walking part of the loop, the views across Carlingford Lough are sublime. The walk...More

Thank HullenEdge
Reviewed 25 May 2018

Carlingford is locates towards Irish Sea on the east coast of Ireland. At clear weather conditions possible to see far away towards England, Isle of Man etc. Typical for Ireland nature high hills & mountains like Slieve Foye closing down into vallies & sometimes onto...More

Thank JaakkoTapio
Reviewed 28 March 2018 via mobile

Im so lucky my parents are from here but moved to Dublin but the family home and family still live here and Slieve Foye is our back garden. Think Waltons Mountain but a million times better and you might have some idea except with a...More

Thank P7525JEkenb
Reviewed 22 February 2018

This part of Ireland is wonderfully scenic, taking in the Mourne mountains in Co. Down, the Cooley peninsula and Carlingford Lough. On the R173 road between Omeath and Carlingford lie Slieve Foye woods (signposted at the roadside). There is a well known walking trail, but...More

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