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henryb

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Tullymore forest walk
« on: 20:42:51, 29/07/18 »
The weather has turned for the worse here in recent week-ends so have been less adventurous. Last walk I did in the Mournes took the form of a low level woodland walk through Tullymore forest. I took the same tracks as previous walks but in a clockwise direction. Starting from the car park I headed for the small lake to start with. Thereafter I picked up a good track heading east to Curraghard viewpoint which offers good views of the eastern Mournes. Continuing on the good track my walk became a riverside walk back to the car park. Total distance was approximately 7.5km.


Tullymore from the first bridge:
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Tullymore reflections:
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Into the woods I go:
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Newcastle and Irish Sea:
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Donard forest from Curraghard view point:
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SLievenaglogh and the Mourne wall:
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Emerging from the forest:
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Slieve Corragh lower slopes:
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Slievenaglogh from the car park:
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Returning to the car park:
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Slievenaglogh from the car park:
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sunnydale

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Re: Tullymore forest walk
« Reply #1 on: 14:28:15, 30/07/18 »
Nice photos Henry :)
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Re: Tullymore forest walk
« Reply #2 on: 21:36:57, 30/07/18 »
You can't beat a forest walk when the weather isn't great, lovely shots Henry  O0
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