The Derryveagh Mountains are located in County Donegal in Ireland. It is an important mountain range, the highest peak of which is Errigal Mountain, which rises to an altitude of 749 metres. The chain offers magnificent views of the region, and will delight hikers in search of wide open spaces!
The Derryveagh Mountains are undoubtedly one of the most important mountain ranges in Ireland. Its peaks are numerous and imposing and occupy a large part of Glenveagh National Park.
Although some of the peaks are clearly inaccessible, you will be able to survey the less demanding mountains. Always bring good walking boots, a backpack, a windbreaker, food and drink, and a camera to capture the most beautiful views!
Among the most beautiful summits, don’t miss Errigal Mountain, the highest mountain of the Derryveagh Mountains: it is magnificent and has a superb ruined church below: the Dunlewey Church, now abandoned and which brings an extra charm to the region!
every day – (watch out for the weather: avoid the summits in bad weather)