And the last mountain of the 5 of the British Isles was scafell pike, England's highest at 978m.
Did love this one because it was the only ones with views at the top.
You could see Blackpool and the Isle of Man etc.
So thats the highest mountains of Wales, northern Ireland, Ireland, Scotland and England in 253 days. I wasn't counting, nor rushing, I've just googled that, I've always loved my pointless stats.
I might do a separate post on which was the best. But what do I base it on. Is it fair to judge it just coz one had better weather than the other.
This one wins for views at the top anyway, easy, was the only one lol.
It was a really dry day making the boulder field easy.
I was done by 1pm. I so could of done helvellyn, also on bucket list, but me and lew reckon we can do 1,2,3,4,5 in a day. If we have weather like this. Be easy.
Anyway, bucket list win; climb the 5 highest points of each country of the British Isles.
Oh, and Irelands was the best 🍀 #grounding
Went home after this. I did wanna hit Hadfield for the league of gentlemen town but it can wait. It's only by Manchester. Just over 1500 miles in all on this trip. So much more in petrol than my usual cheap flights 😣 but i did get to knock 10 things off my bucket list coz of these 2 Scottish trips. Thankyou Scotland, you were amazing x
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