Mourne Mountains


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Mourne Mountains

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(Placename) a mountain range in SE Northern Ireland. Highest peak: Slieve Donard, 853 m (2798 ft)
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The Giant's Causeway was the most popular attraction with more than 260,000 posts followed by the Mourne Mountains and Dark Hedges.
ENPNewswire-July 31, 2019--Northern Ireland Water Ltd., - Vote for the Mourne Mountains Landscape Project at the 25th Birthday National Lottery Awards
The Scotland international finished second behind Keswick's Mark Lamb in the opening British fell running championship race of the season in the Mourne mountains, Northern Ireland last weekend.
The team will head to different locations across the UK - Galloway Forest Park in Scotland, the Isle of Skye, Caernarfon in Wales, Ely in Cambridgeshire and the Mourne Mountains in Northern Ireland - on October 6 and 7.
The cloudless skies showed off the Mourne mountains in all their glory but Seb, like the other competitors, experienced the energy-sapping effects of the relentless heat.
The first episode features an off-grid farm in Northern Ireland's highest and most dramatic mountain range, the Mourne Mountains, and an apple orchard with a difference in Portadown, County Armagh.
Children as young as 12 were among those rescued after experiencing difficulties during "wild weather" in the Mourne Mountains at midday yesterday.
This excellent four-star property also has an exceptional ESPA spa spread over two floors, with vistas of the Irish Sea and the Mourne Mountains. Many of the 180 rooms also offer those panoramic views and are spacious, quiet and comfortable, with a well-appointed bathroom and good tea and coffee making facilities.
Speaking at the opening ceremony, Newry, Mourne and Down District Council Chairperson, Councillor Gillian Fitzpatrick said: "I am delighted to be here this morning to mark the official opening of the 528,000 development of a purpose-built 3G sports pitch on the edge of the Mourne Mountains.
The race took place in the Mourne Mountains, south of Belfast, and is known as the 'Seven Sevens' because it covers seven peaks, each higher than 700m.
Liz Bonin finds out about the RSPB's attempts to engage children with nature in the Lancashire hills, while Ben Fogle meets his match in a horse during a trip to Co Down's Mourne Mountains.