Castles in Mourne Mountains
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Castles in Mourne Mountains

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Photo was taken on winter deay 2nd of January 2011. We have been on the walk to shoot some panoramas. This one havent been in the plans, but I like it so I uploadet it in here.

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A: Winter in Mourn Mountains

by Marek Koszorek, 240 meters away

Photo was taken 2nd of January 2011. This is easy to find gully just of the Castles. Worth to climb u...

Winter in Mourn Mountains

B: Mourn Wall at the Gap Between Slieve Commedagh and Slieve Donard

by Marek Koszorek, 420 meters away

Photo was taken 2nd of March 2001, I did took this one standing at the top of thr wall, it was quite ...

Mourn Wall at the Gap Between Slieve Commedagh and Slieve Donard

C: Slieve Commedagh in Winter

by Marek Koszorek, 610 meters away

Slieve Commedagh in Winter

D: View from Slieve Beg

by Marek Koszorek, 620 meters away

View from Slieve Beg

E: Devils Coachroad on Slieve Beg

by Marek Koszorek, 630 meters away

Devils Coachroad on Slieve Beg

F: Over the Pot of Legawherry

by Marek Koszorek, 850 meters away

Over the Pot of Legawherry

G: View on Annalong Valley from Cove Mountain

by Marek Koszorek, 1.2 km away

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View on Annalong Valley from Cove Mountain

H: Slieve Donard

by Marek Koszorek, 1.2 km away

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I: Slieve Donard Summit

by Marek Koszorek, 1.3 km away

Slieve Donard Summit

J: Slieve Corragh

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