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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
Ill Bell: The view from the summit of Forswick
Fergalh 21 hours ago.
The first part of this classic horseshoe can be seen from further North on the track

  
Summit Comment
Ill Bell: The view south from the summit
Fergalh 21 hours ago.
From Rainsbarrow Crag a short hop back up to Yoke. From there we continued North onto Ill Bell a short descent and a short ascent followed. The summit is marked by a cairn on some rocks

  
Summit Comment
Rainsborrow Crag: View from west
Fergalh 21 hours ago.
This detour is not part of the Kentmere circuit but worth the detour if you have the time

Summit Comment
Rainsborrow Crag: Short detour for great views
Fergalh 21 hours ago.
From Yoke head east following the fence and a short drop leads to this unmarked summit with a small lake on it with great views

  
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Yoke: Steep climb onto ridge
Fergalh 21 hours ago.
Early start for this as myself and Onzy (of this parish) drove and parked at the church in the village of Kentmere as the dawn was breaking. He had rightly insisted an early start was essential...

  
Summit Comment
Uwch-mynydd: Short trek to summit
Fergalh a day ago.
Parked to north at end of narrow lane at car park. walked south west a short distance through forest until gate. From gate follow rough indistinct paths to summit with a small pile of stones. G...

Summit Comment
Y Garn: Long trek to summit
Fergalh a day ago.
Parked in the village of Ganllwyd and followed permissive tracks through the forest towards the goldmines. From there headed west over the open countryside and a few walls (stile, stepover and ...

  
Summit Comment
Waun-oer: The ridge in fog
Fergalh a day ago.
When you walk between Waun-oer and Mynydd Ceiswyn you follow the fence and as you can see from this photo there are some undulations in the ridge

  
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Mynydd Ceiswyn: View from North
Fergalh a day ago.
In this photograph some of the linear ridge walk can be seen. Well worth the climb

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Waun-oer: Wonderful ridge walk
Fergalh a day ago.
From Mynydd Ceiswyn follow the narrow ridge that undulates up and down until eventually you will arrive at the brick trig pillar that marks the summit

  
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Mynydd Ceiswyn: Short steep climb
Fergalh a day ago.
Parked to south west on Layby on the A487. Here you have two choices walk north along the busy A487 to sign and stile or cross road and use stile and walk parallel north to road on rough ground...

  
Summit Comment
Foel Offrwm: Short trek to summit
Fergalh 2 days ago.
Parked to west in small car park and crossed road and followed track for a while before we went straight up through the heather. This is marked with a square cairn


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