Hey girlies and guys,
Today me, my partner and some friends went for a lovely Sunday walk. We went for a walk up cuilcagh mountain which is located near the Marble Arch caves in County Fermanagh Northern Ireland.
I must say we really enjoyed the walk it was quite a long walk but was well worth it. I only got a few pictures as I was to busy enjoying the scenery instead of taking photos.
As it is such a long walk and some parts of is quite steep I would advise you to wear appropriate footwear. We wearied trainers as that was the only appropriate footwear that we own but I personally think hiking boots would be a better choice of footwear for this walk.
I would also advise you to take plenty of water with you and maybe some food aswell.
I will tell you all abit about cuilcagh mountain and then I will share with you all the photos I managed to take while out enjoying the fresh air and beautiful scenery.
So let me tell you abit about cuilcagh mountain….
Cuilcagh is a mountain on the border of County Fermanagh and county Cavan. It has a height of 655 metres and is the highest point in both counties.
The mountain is mainly sandstone and shale, covered with bog and heather.
Cuilcagh Mountain has one of the largest expanses of blanket bog in Northern Ireland, on a relatively high elevation upland landscape, bounded by limestone grassland to the north and montane habitats to the south.