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Peter Walker
2013-05-29 16:12:00
A slightly random request...
While flicking idly around the site it occurred to me...I have never seen a decent picture taken of and from the NE ridge of Mullaghnarakill in Kerry. This ridge has intrigued a lot of folk who have viewed it from various angles...it looks steep and scrambly and there aren't that many routes like that in Ireland. A couple of MViewers have mentioned doing it, but their lack of good weather (in one case) or a camera (in the other) has left it relatively mysterious. (Even noted Iveragh obsessive Conor74 hadn't done it last time I asked him).

Anyone capable of filling in this gap? Or am I going to have to schlep all the way down from Belfast to do the honours? ;-)
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