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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
Ceiswyn: The view from North west
Fergalh 2 days ago.
In this photo the ascent of Ceiswyn can be seen. After reaching the summit it was a simple matter of heading south east and bypassing Mynydd Cwmeiddew to enter the forest and follow the forest ...

  
Summit Comment
Ceiswyn: Nice ridge walk from Mynydd Fron-fraith
Fergalh 2 days ago.
From Mynydd Fron-fraith it was a simple matter of handrailing the edge of the cut down forest and heading in a roughly southerly direction. This was along a narrow undulating ridge that led to ...

  
Summit Comment
Mynydd Fron-fraith: The View West
Fergalh 2 days ago.
This was a long ascent to this summit but worth it for this view from near the summit to the west

Summit Comment
Mynydd Fron-fraith: Long trek to summit
Fergalh 2 days ago.
From Godre Fynydd we dropped down onto forest track and than followed it past where we had joined it. We stopped directly east of the top as we had noticed from Godre Fynydd that the trees were...

  
Summit Comment
Godre Fynydd: View from North west
Fergalh 2 days ago.
From the north west it looks daunting but it was not as bad as it looked as it was a heather bash rather than a push through

  
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Godre Fynydd: Heather bash to summit from track
Fergalh 2 days ago.
Just to the North of Mynydd Cwmeiddew there was a track running south east. We dropped onto that and headed down that way until due north of the summit. The tress had a gape here but it was sti...

Summit Comment
Mynydd Cwmeiddew: Tal Y Llyn lake from the slopes
Fergalh 2 days ago.
As is often on some hills the best views are on the slopes and not on the summit and this mountain was no exception.

  
Summit Comment
Mynydd Cwmeiddew: Long trek to summit
Fergalh 2 days ago.
Parked in Corris Uchaf and walked North on A487 (busy road care is needed) for a few hundred metres as far as entrance to forest. The track wound its way through forest gradually getting higher...

  
Summit Comment
Moel Heulen: Short climb to summit from track
Fergalh 2 days ago.
Parked in the village of Corris and followed the forest tracks that wound around the hills ignoring all turns left. When you reach southwest of summit near a T Junction look for a firebreak. Fr...

Track
Sugarloaf to Djouce and back
tbaines a day ago.
Up Sugarloaf first, then down the lane to the Roundwood Road - there's a path, so you can avoid the busy road. A... run, Len: 22.2km, Climb: 796m, Area: Great Sugar Loaf, Wicklow (Ireland) Grea||

  
Summit Comment
Foel Boeth: View from the east
Fergalh 3 days ago.
This was my third hill called Foel Beoth in the area and was hard earned. This is the view from the west top of Foel Ddu as there was no path and declining light, the route decision was important.

  
Summit Comment
Foel Boeth: Heather bash, a river crossing and steep ascents and descents from t
Fergalh 3 days ago.
From Foel Ddu head west to the West top. Than a steep decent follows to the col. A river crossing and a steep ascent leads to the unmarked grassy summit. Afterwards a straight forward walk nort...


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