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Vote for MV's Photo of the Year 2020!
Vote for MV's Photo of 2020! Despite a very restricted year in terms of hillwalking (and everything else), nevertheless many people did get to venture out and also take some fine pictures of the countryside.

Take a look at two collections of photos via the links below, which were shortlisted from membersí photos during 2020. We request your help in choosing 2020 Pictures of the Year for International and Irish pictures.
Copy and paste the links below to see the shortlists.

Pictures of Ireland link:
mountainviews.ie/poty/Irelandshortlist/

International Pictures link:
mountainviews.ie/poty/Internationalshortlist/

Closing date for voting is January 28th, so no time to lose!

Instructions for voting:
The pictures in each collection are numbered.
Send an email to:

photoaward@mountainviews.ie

Title: Photoaward

Include something like this in the email body for your choices:

Choice from John Smith:
Irish Picture of the Year 2020:
My choice. Picture Number XX

International Picture of the Year 2020:
My choice: Picture Number XX

Happy voting ...

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Summit Comment
Carnfachbugeilyn: Short trek to summit
Fergalh 4 hours ago.
From Pumlumoncwmbiga head North west along the fence line until ypou reach this summit marked with another large cairn. Ground conditions fine here, afterwards followed fence down to valley. Very ...

  
Summit Comment
Pumlumon Cwmbiga: long heather bash climb
Fergalh 4 hours ago.
From Bryn Yrwyn head south to minor summit of Esgair Greogen. Continue south and cross stream. Than serious heather bash for a while up hill to summit marked with a large cairn. Perhaps an easier ...

  
Summit Comment
Bryn yr Wyn: short trek to summit ground reasonable
Fergalh 5 hours ago.
From Banc Bugeilyn a steep descent east to a stream (A bit boggy here). Cross stream and head uphill east to forest. Follow edge of forest to high point which is an unmarked summit

Summit Comment
Banc Bugeilyn: short sharp climb from track
Fergalh 5 hours ago.
Parked to the North at Glaslyn Nature reserve beside the lake. Walked track south until just west of summit and than short sharp climb to unmarked summit on wide top

  
Summit Comment
Cerrig Gwynion: Long trek to summit mostly along track
Fergalh 5 hours ago.
Park to south west at entrance to farm track. Follow farm track for a few km. Than veer off North east over tussocky grass to unmarked summit

  
Summit Comment
Ffrwd Ergyr: Short trek to summit from track
Fergalh 5 hours ago.
From Peroidd Fynydd East Top head back the way you came. Directly south of summit follow firebreak all the way to unmarked summit. This knows as Peroidd Fynydd on the UK OS Map Than the long trek ...

Summit Comment
Peraidd Fynydd: Long trek along forest track before forest ride to near summit
Fergalh 5 hours ago.
From Cripiau South Top head down to the Forest. A brief push through will lead to track which winds around the forest at the first junction take left hand fork and follow until south of summit. He...

  
Summit Comment
Cripiau South Top: Short trek to summit
Fergalh 5 hours ago.
From Cripiau North Top head south east over boggy tusocky ground to unmarked summit

  
Summit Comment
Cripiau North Top: Short steep climb
Fergalh 5 hours ago.
Park to North at car park at Eisteddfa Gurig. Cross the busy A44 and cross fence and a steep climb will bring you the unmarked summit

Summit Comment
Moel Llyfnant: Not straightfoward way back to quarry
Fergalh a day ago.
My descent was not so straightforward, I descended North (as east was cliffs) a short bit along the plateau and than descended east to the base. As the ground was very boggy to the east here I fol...

  
Summit Comment
Moel Llyfnant: Variety of challenges in the ascent
Fergalh a day ago.
Steep ascent to the south, to the east cliffs and to the North and west gentle slopes so variety of ascents available

  
Summit Comment
Moel Llyfnant: Steep climb to summit
Fergalh a day ago.
Headed North West from Foel Y Strouder and the ground firms up on the lower slopes, There follows a steepish climb apart from the last 100 metres which is as steep as you get. The summit is marked...


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