Baurtregaum (Irish: Barr Trí gCom, meaning "top of the three hollows") at 851 metres (2,792 ft), is the 13th–highest peak in Ireland on the Arderin scale, and the 18th–highest peak on the Vandeleur-Lynam scale. Baurtregaum is situated at the centre of the massif of the Slieve Mish Mountains in the Dingle Peninsula in Kerry, Ireland, and is the tallest mountain of the Slieve Mish range, with a number of major subsidiary summits.
The popular route is the Derrymore Glen Horseshoe, a 11-kilometre 5-hour loop that starts from the base of the Derrymore Glen and ascends to the first summit of Gearhane 792 metres (2,598 ft), and then around the "horseshoe" to Caherconree and the summit of Baurtregaum. Options for the descent use either the Baurtregaum NW Top spur or the Baurtregaum NE Top Spur (and the Scragg) to get back to the base of the Glen. The route is recommended for its views of the Glen as well as incorporating most of the main peaks of the Slieve Mish range, and thus is also called The Slieve Mish Circuit in some guidebooks.
Since Stephen opened his door two years ago, My Boy Blue has been included in the Irish Times Best 100 places to eat in Ireland.
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Huge thanks to @rozannapurcell from us here at My Boy Blue (and much of the rest of town no doubt) for the hard work that went into the video, blog and stunning photos of Dingle during the last week 💙.
Irish businesses and communities are relying on Irish people more than ever right now, and what a great advertisement for our peninsula. We all look forward to our holidays overseas, but if there was ever a year to staycation at home then this is it! There is no greener grass than the grass here! ☘️
Get your bags packed for 📍dingle🐬.
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If the last few months being at home has thought us anything it’s that we really love to explore & we may have taken what we already have in Ireland for granted. But now it’s Time to explore & make a break for it. I had the best time in Dingle and I am really looking forward to my next few stops on my staycation tour including stunning Kinsale (all suggestions welcome below- you guys have the best!)
Those of you worried about travelling post lockdown I’ve had really positive experiences in shops/cafes/ tours ensuring social distancing guidelines & cleanliness it was also really nice to get back supporting Irish businesses. Fáilte Ireland have launched the Covid-19 Safety Charter, a new safety symbol for tourism & hospitality businesses. When a business displays this symbol, you’ll know they’re agreeing to follow guidelines!
Be smart, staycation right, support Irish tourism & get exploring 🥰💚 I’ll do my best to share my travels & look forward to working with them. #ad#failteireland
1. Coumeenole beach
2. Dunmore head
3 &5 & 8. My rental (linked on blog post)
4. Dingle harbour
7. Dunquin harbour
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Anyone feeling the weight of the world today? Something about what we’ve all been going through has really made me take stock of the few things in life that are truly most important to me. Moments of quiet calm amidst all the anxiety are right at the top of my list. Lately I’ve been finding those moments in reading more books and while going for long(er) runs in the mornings. What about you, friend?
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