Croagh Patrick


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Croagh Patrick

(kroːx)
n
(Placename) a mountain in NW Republic of Ireland, in Mayo: a place of pilgrimage as Saint Patrick is said to have prayed and fasted there. Height: 765 m (2510 ft)
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Nikki Bradley aims to climb Ireland's most iconic mountains - Lugnaquilla in Co Wicklow, Carrauntoohil in Co Kerry, Croagh Patrick in Co Mayo and Mount Errigal in Co Donegal - next summer.
Un lle oedd yn denu beth wmbredd o bobl oedd Croagh Patrick - mae'n bererindod i lawer, a'r diwrnod yr aethom yno, roedd modd gweld y pererinion fel morgrug yn cyrchu'r copa.
She has traveled to Ireland eight times and has climbed Croagh Patrick mountain--also known as the Holy Mountain--on a pilgrimage there.
On the west coast, he goes surfing before climbing Croagh Patrick in honour of Ireland's patron saint.
The explorer goes by ferry to Wexford, then to Cork, where he climbs Croagh Patrick, a sacred and challenging mountain.
He also takes a paramotor flight up along the coast, then heads to Cork where he joins the thousands who make the exhausting climb up the sacred mountain of Croagh Patrick.
Next, Christine climbs Ireland's holy mountain Croagh Patrick, the site of a religious pilgrimage.
WILD IRELAND ITV 8pm (Not Wales or STV) On the next leg of her travels, Christine Bleakley (left) takes the pilgrims' trail to Ireland's holy mountain, Croagh Patrick, has a surfing lesson and helps out on a mussel farm at Killary Harbour.
today launched the newly-designed Irish passport, which features images of iconic Irish landmarks including the Croagh Patrick, Kylemore Abbey and Croke Park, in addition to drawings depicting Irish music and dance and Gaelic games.
Ireland is considering proposals to build a huge monument to Saint Patrick on top of the holy mountain of Croagh Patrick.
In 1861 George Henry Moore, of Moore Hall in County Mayo, sent out Croagh Patrick to win the Stewards' Cup at Goodwood.
There are activities for all and I certainly sawthe full spectrumwhen I took a brisk but unmissable hike up Croagh Patrick, the town's most famous landmark.