– Lat/Long: 54.06° N 6.20° W

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Slieve Foy mountain guide

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  • Elevation: 588 m
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Slieve Foy Climbing Notes

Archie Murphy from IRELAND writes:

Can be approached from Glenmore, easiest route. Also can be approached from Carlingford. Plenty of accommodation here. Few different routes from Carlingford village. Preferably going up by slate rock then on up to saddle and turn right up through valley and right on up to summit. Also by slate rock and a right turn after this up through another valley. Good tough climb.
Can be approached by climbing up by the tree line. Tough as no path.


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