Author Topic: Doesn't look like i will going to Inis Mor for some bouldering this weekend  (Read 14419 times)

Stephen McMullan

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Yeah I can't see the pics in your post for some reason. I've managed download the images though.

Thanks a lot for making the effort Pawel. I'll check with Helen @ MI to see what she thinks. She looks after access & conservation for MI.

[Dave - the restrictions on the image attachments are a bit severe - maximum total size 192KB, maximum individual size 128KB. I'll email you the settings I have]

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If they keep holding that event there every year the place won't be long getting wrecked ... disgraceful !!
every year they use different places for that events, so no worry about that...

[Dave - the restrictions on the image attachments are a bit severe - maximum total size 192KB, maximum individual size 128KB. I'll email you the settings I have]
so the pics are too big...

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so the pics are too big...
Only when I downloaded them and tried to attach them to a new post. It doesn't explain why your links didn't work. Looked ok to me.

Thanks again for your help Pawel.

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If they keep holding that event there every year the place won't be long getting wrecked ... disgraceful !!
every year they use different places for that events, so no worry about that...

[Dave - the restrictions on the image attachments are a bit severe - maximum total size 192KB, maximum individual size 128KB. I'll email you the settings I have]
so the pics are too big...

I have removed the limits on the size of attachements so you should be able to load them if you have another go Pawel.

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Doesn't look too bad to me. In the bottom photo in the top right hand corner there is a dark line that runs and then turns 90degress, what is that?

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The damage is minor enough but should there have been any at all? One of the things that's being checked at the moment is to see if the place has a designation like a Special Protection Area or a Natural Heritage Area etc. It may not be "bad" but is it good enough? In some ways it rankles because what was left was so easily taken care of but they didn't make the effort.

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Doesn't look too bad to me. In the bottom photo in the top right hand corner there is a dark line that runs and then turns 90degress, what is that?

It's natural and is in my photos from years ago.

No of course there shouldn't be any damage but it's pretty minor.

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Re: Doesn't look like i will going to Inis Mor for some bouldering this weekend
« Reply #23 on: September 10, 2012, 09:54:33 AM »
One of the things that's being checked at the moment is to see if the place has a designation like a Special Protection Area or a Natural Heritage Area etc.


as i know Inis Mor is a Special Area of Conservation (SAC) http://www.npws.ie/protectedsites/specialareasofconservationsac/

and i know that few years ago was a idea to do a Special Protection Areas (SPA) on inis mor and i was sure that this was ONLY idea becouse i didnt hear anything else about that... but i found this today: http://www.npws.ie/protectedsites/specialprotectionareasspa/inishmorespa/ what thats mean... is inis mor a SPA??? if is what with climbing???

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