We weren't able to catch the train to the summit as it is, at present, out of action. We decided to walk, and drove to near the Joey Dunlop statue where we parked and set off. We had been told that the walk from this point would take about forty minutes and this estimate was accurate.. The first part was relatively easy and it was only when we neared the summit that the climb became significantly steeper. Having said this, no specialist mountain equipment is required to reach the top.
At the summit the effort was all worthwhile because the view was fantastic.
We thoroughly recommend this climb.
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