Mountains of Mourne (County Down) Reviews
Description:Location: 54° 10′ 0″ N, 6° 5′ 0″ W
Newest Review: ... which is in turn best used in conjunction with the OSI's 1:25000 'Activity Map' of the area. At the very least they'd help illustrate the following descriptions). Slieve Bearnagh ============ Slieve Bearnagh's fairytale summit is the most dramatic in the Mournes, and its ascent probably the finest middling hillwalk in the group. The best starting point is the Cecil Newman car park, sited ... more
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'When we've got all we want, we're as quiet as can be Where the mountains of Mourne sweep down to the sea.' Huddled into a squashed salient of land just inside Northern Ireland, the Mountains of Mourne do indeed sweep down to the sea. But that's not all they do and have done. More than most mountain groups they have shaped and influenced the lives of men: their slopes have been farmed for generations; their hollows have been dammed to water the city of Belfast, and their granite rocks quarried for roads and houses. And, as in Percy French's classic immigrant song quoted above, they have been culturally and socially inspiring: a regional symbol more ... Read the complete review
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