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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 ...

MountainViews Committee
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Summit Comment
Goat Scar: Short trek to summit
Fergalh 21 hours ago.
From Kentmere Pike continue south east and a short detour out to the fence to the east leads to this unmarked summit

  
Summit Comment
Shipman Knotts: The view North
Fergalh 21 hours ago.
From Goat Scar head south again following track and eventually you reach the summit which is a few small stones on an outcrop beside the wall. Afterwards descend south along the track until you...

  
Summit Comment
Kentmere Pike: Long trek but gentle descent
Fergalh 21 hours ago.
From Harter Fell follow the track south over the minor peaks of The Knowe and Brown Howe and soon a wall will start follow this on a gentle descent. Eventually you will reach the summit marked ...

Summit Comment
Harter Fell (Mardale): The pass and the ascent afterwards from the Northwest
Fergalh 21 hours ago.
For those who want to split the horseshoe in half, there is the option of walking north from Kentmere village through the valley to this pass and than take either the western or eastern ridge b...

  
Track
Grand Canal: Grand Canal Dock to Sallins
Onzy a day ago.
walk, Len: 36.1km, Climb: 117m, Area: Dublin Islands (Ireland) ||

  
Summit Comment
Harter Fell (Mardale): Steep descent to Pass followed by a steep ascent back ont
Fergalh 21 hours ago.
From Mardale Ill Bell we descended south east to the Nan Biel Pass and than a steep ascent lead to a flat summit. This summit is marked with a small cairn

Summit Comment
Mardale Ill Bell: Short trek to summit
Fergalh 21 hours ago.
From Lingmell End I headed back North to Mardale Ill bell summit to meet Onzy. The summit is marked with a large Cairn on the edge of some sheer cliffs

  
Summit Comment
Lingmell End: Short trek to summit
Fergalh 21 hours ago.
We left Thornthwaite Crag and headed North East at junction, where we split briefly me to head to Lingmell end and Onzy to High Street. I headed East for a short while and than out onto spur th...

  
Summit Comment
Thornthwaite Crag: The view south along the ridge
Fergalh 21 hours ago.
There is a great view all the way back along the ridge and as far as Windemere from this peak

Summit Comment
Thornthwaite Crag: Straightforward ridge walk along track
Fergalh 21 hours ago.
From Froswick we continued north along the ridge for a long stretch until we reached the summit marked with a small tower like cairn

  
Summit Comment
Froswick: The view from the south
Fergalh 22 hours ago.
The western ridge of the horseshoe can be seen in this photo

  
Summit Comment
Froswick: Short trek to summit
Fergalh 22 hours ago.
Leaving Ill Bell once again head north along the track and a short descent followed by an ascent leads to this summit marked with a small cairn


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