Monthly Recap

Monthly Recap: February 2019

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February – the month when Winter draws to a close and Spring, well…springs to life! We’ve had loads of brilliant contributions this month, from photographers to wildlife experts, hikers to weather presenters! We also had our first ever group hike, with more in the works. It’s been wonderful as always to see how enthusiastic people continue to be about Northern Ireland and all it has to offer.

So, let’s have a look back on February 2019…


Photographer in Focus: Nigel Clegg



Slieve Croob: the summit for all seasons

Summer and Autumn on “The Meels”

The Devil’s Coachroad


Returning to the Mountains after an Injury

February: A month to sink your teeth into

Cecilia Daly interview

Billy Austin: an artist shaped by the Mournes

Pine Tree Hollow Glamping


Group walk to the Blue Lough on Saturday 2nd February – cold but fun!

And finally…

Thanks again for all your support throughout February – it was our biggest month so far in terms of website visitors, and our following on social media continues to grow by the day. Please keep on liking, sharing and retweeting as much as you can, and most of all, enjoy taking in the experiences of fellow trekking enthusiasts throughout our beautiful little country!

~ David

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