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4 snowy Arderins in the Sperrins

4 snowy Arderins in the Sperrins


Postby HelenO » Sun Feb 10, 2019 10:00 pm

Date walked: 10/02/2019

Time taken: 6

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I was ill prepared for this walk - just didn't think. So I got wet, very cold and a bit out of my comfort zone.
Parked by Badoney Church where the car park was full. Up the road and turned left at the col to Mullacarbaghter and
Mullaclogher. Into the wind in the way out and it bega n to snow hard. De cider to head right as well Mullaghturaskeen and Mullaclogha. Headed towards the next one but sense prevailed and I turned back. Took a different route down from Mullaghturaskeen. Big lesson - don't underestimate the t Sperrins. Esp. in the snow
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