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Sunday, 21 August 2011
+55° 5’ 30.13”, -8° 1’ 1.00”

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On the unnamed road between Glenveagh National Park and An Fál Carrach is this amazing geographical feature, at the base of which is a quarry.  In fact the geography of the North West Coast of Ireland is generally impressive.

Click on the picture for a larger version of this panorama.

Update:
I found out that the mountain is known as Muckish Mountain (meaning “Pig’s Back” mountain). Here’s a short video of the walk to the prehistoric cairn on the summit:
Muckish Mountain Walk.

Posted by bigblue on 21/08/2011 at 08:49 AM
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