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Glengesh Pass, Ardara

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  • Glengesh Pass is a mountain pass located in the southwest of County Donegal. It is also one of the many "discovery points" on the route of the Wild Atlantic Way. The road is a bit narrow and winding when you climb to the top, but the view from the top is breathtaking. Unfortunately I failed to natrafic for sunny weather but it certainly still there, I'll be back in the summer. Place recommendable!
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  • This drive is beautiful but be forwarned the road is narrow and windy. Fortunately in January there was no other traffic. The sheep are curious and come close to the car. The whole area is beautiful. 
  • As you drive from glencolumcill to ardara you get a wonderful suprise . As you come around a corner suddenly this beautiful valley spreads out before you .With a parkig area and picnic area at the top...  more »
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  • Very relaxing view. There you can also buy a coffee and just have a quite moment. As per the recommendation received, there are 5 days/month with good weather. Hope you are lucky enough!
  • Nice plase to stop and rest a bit.
  • Well worth a view
  • It is not a complicated climb, a little slope but little long. While climbs the Valley which amounts may be up to the step. Once upstairs is a vantage point to look down own Valley.
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  • A place to explore with time. It is one of the typical landscapes of Ireland, robes of yellow grass. A beauty.
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