Sawel Mountain

Sawel Mountain, a crown jewel of the Sperrin Mountains in Northern Ireland, thrusts its heathery peak 784 meters skyward, its slopes cloaked in a vibrant tapestry of verdant greens and fiery purples. Jagged quartzite crags claw at the heavens, a testament to ancient glacial sculpting, while meandering streams trace silvery paths through valleys embroidered with wildflowers. From its lofty perch, Sawel commands breathtaking vistas, encompassing emerald valleys cradled by sapphire lakes, emerald forests whispering secrets in the wind, and distant mountains dancing on the horizon. Whether you seek an invigorating hike amidst heather-clad slopes or a soul-stirring escape into the embrace of wild nature, Sawel beckons with the promise of an unforgettable Irish adventure. 

Another heavy snow shower hits Owenreagh Hill as I stood frozen but happy on Sawel Mountain in County Derry..