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Muckish Mountain

Derryveagh Mountains, Donegal Town, Ireland
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Another awe-inspiring sight

While traveling through the region, Muckish Mountain loomed ahead, behind and by my side... read more

Reviewed 15 September 2017
Rye, New Hampshire
Beautiful Sights and Sounds

Well the "Seven Sisters" ....among them one is Muckish mountain all worth a visit ,but even if you... read more

Reviewed 8 July 2017
Naureen Y
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“miners path” (3 reviews)
“tory island” (3 reviews)
“summit” (4 reviews)
Derryveagh Mountains, Donegal Town, Ireland
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Reviewed 15 September 2017

While traveling through the region, Muckish Mountain loomed ahead, behind and by my side. Beautiful mountain! Another outstanding County Donegal sight.

Thank NHjo
Reviewed 8 July 2017 via mobile

Well the "Seven Sisters" ....among them one is Muckish mountain all worth a visit ,but even if you can't climb still surrounded by beautiful sights and sounds of all mountains ,Valley and the lake.In the vicinity of Glenveagh National Park they can be easily seen...More

Thank Naureen Y
Reviewed 30 March 2017

Take this road if you are heading west.....be careful driving but it's worth the effort.......beautiful scenery and when you turn that last corner and you see Tory Island in the distance you know you're nearly in Falcarragh

Thank Tom F
Reviewed 20 March 2017

If you feel energetic this is one mountain that the whole family can attempt to climb. Even if you don't make it to the top, the views along the way are fabulous.

Thank Cathy R
Reviewed 14 February 2017

It was a Beautiful Sunday Morning on the 12th Of February 2017,with not a cloud in the Sky.We had looked at Muckish Mountain which was just across from Our Home on many occasions,but this day we decided to do something we had considered before. This...More

14  Thank Maria M
Reviewed 13 February 2017

Muckish is visible over a wide area, and is instantly recognisable from its shape. There is a tarmac track which goes all the way to the (disused) quarry at its base. For climbers, there are two alternative routes to the top. Access is not obvious...More

1  Thank Keneff
Reviewed 11 February 2017

I have always looked upon Muckish as just another mountain, as it was a common view from my gran's farm and one I have seen growing up. But now we have actually gone there it is spectacular, even just the sight of it covered in...More

Thank Dee1660
Reviewed 5 August 2016

We have always seen this mountain as a backdrop to our travels in Donegal and eventually took the opportunity to climb it one clear April day. It took a couple of hours but the view was fantastic at the top.

1  Thank Liam S
Reviewed 17 June 2016

It was not a very good day weather wise - but we still climbed up to see the views, which all looked the same so we were a bit disappointed. Anyhow you never know till you try.

Thank 2getawaydeals
Reviewed 13 May 2016

My Wife and two dogs came up by the old miners path and it was hard work in some parts. The views from the top were well worth the climb. There are some tricky bits and the ground can be dangerous in places. I wouldn't...More

2  Thank seamusmurphy
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