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henryb

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Fermanagh hiking
« on: 20:49:32, 15/03/20 »
No time for a report but here are some photos I took on a recent trip to Fermanagh, SW Northern Ireland. I did the Cuilcagh boardwalk and visited Lower lough Erne. The views across the lough to County Donegal were immense. There is a forest drive through Lough Navar forest to the vantage points so no need for hiking. Other attractions in the area include Castle Archdale, Marble Arch caves (open in summer) and Florencecourt. Unfortunately I couldn't summit Cuilcagh as local authorities have closed the final stretch for conservation reasons. :(




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Ridge

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Re: Fermanagh hiking
« Reply #1 on: 21:05:23, 15/03/20 »
Hi Henry, I hope all is well, it's been a while.
Looks lovely.

Mel

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Re: Fermanagh hiking
« Reply #2 on: 22:51:45, 15/03/20 »
That looks lovely with the snowy hilltops and sunshine  :)
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April

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Re: Fermanagh hiking
« Reply #3 on: 18:15:08, 16/03/20 »
Nice pics Henry  O0
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richardh1905

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Re: Fermanagh hiking
« Reply #4 on: 18:29:28, 16/03/20 »
Looks like lovely country.


Sadly we have postponed our plan to visit N.Ireland this year, for obvious reasons.