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very nice walk

walked up the highest point on the inishowen peninsula, it was a pleasant 2.5 hours up and down... read more

Reviewed 20 November 2014
shazza401
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Portrush, United Kingdom
Inishowen's Highest Mountain

Donegal has two "Slieve Snaght's", one in Inishowen, and the other in the Derryveagh Mountain... read more

Reviewed 24 August 2013
letterkennycaint
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Letterkenny, Ireland
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20 Nov 2014
“very nice walk”
24 Aug 2013
“Inishowen's Highest Mountain”
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Reviewed 20 November 2014

walked up the highest point on the inishowen peninsula, it was a pleasant 2.5 hours up and down, unfortunately the weather was murky and no views to speak of, if was a nice walk, would prove easy for most people and def worth it on...More

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Reviewed 24 August 2013

Donegal has two "Slieve Snaght's", one in Inishowen, and the other in the Derryveagh Mountain Range, and it can be a little difficult to find. It's about 6 miles north of Buncrana, on the R238. When you get to "The North Pole" pub, take a...More

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