Malin Head – End of Ireland

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We've done it! The first of our two end to end walks, from the most southwesterly point in Ireland at Mizen Head, to Malin Head, the most northerly point. After a long day on Tuesday, covering about 37 km in hot sunshine, we had just 4km to go to finish yesterday. It was a lovely walk too - but we only had time for a very few photos before the rain arrived. So it was off to Farren's, Ireland's most northerly bar, for a celebratory pint of Guinness. The only appropriate way to celebrate really!
Malin Head - on our way round the headland
Malin Head - Ireland's most northerly point

4 Responses

  1. john

    I'm still watching, and still very envious, especially seeing your camp pictures. Tent in the wild, rest after a long day…what's not to love? Enjoy Scotland. I'll be there myself from 10th May till early June. Where will you be in three weeks? In seven weeks? Go on… hazard a vague guess at least…

  2. Adam S

    Congratulations. I hope it was more than just the one pint to celebrate.

  3. Roz Savage

    Congratulations!!! One island down, one to go….

    I keep thinking about you and wondering how you are getting on – and how your feet/legs/backs are faring. Hope everything is holding up. I suppose you're just about getting warmed up by now?!

    Hugs, xxx

  4. Unknown

    Victory smiles, well deserved. Mum.