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A Hillwalking Resource for Ireland
Over 800 contributors have built this site so everyone can learn and talk about walking in the hills and mountains.

For a pittance of an investment, Mweelrea gives you endless returns. A strolling start with a continuously ascending incline to a “wicked drop” to Dubhlough. In a mirky morning, these are the kind of crags that smoulder, that boil and rumble like coals in a giant’s grate. Then, the contrast of a long trail across nothingness, and suddenly beneath the mist, what everything from now until then is about, the glittering golden edge of Tir na nOg....
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Other features include a monthly newsletter, Ordnance Survey mapping, eight complementary lists for summiteers, personalised reports on where you have been, general forum, GPS data service, etc.  Mountain Views facilitates information on Irish mountains by search engines. The MountainViews community organises walks for members and friends.

Credits: The abbreviated comment top left about Mweelrea is by "Bleck Cra", the picture is of the Carrauntoohil Teeth by "lewvalton".  The Mountain Views social network site  is published by Simon Stewart (www.simonstewart.ie) with organisational assistance from an interim committee (as of Oct 2010).

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Summit Comment
Oldtown Hill: Loop Head Area.
sandman 2 months ago.
A small hill situated in the Loop Head Area with fine costal views of the ocean and the Shannon Estuary and well worth exploring the costal route .The entrance to the summit area is located at a m...

Old Man of Coniston
tonelagee 2 months ago.
walk, Length:18.5km, Climb: 979m, Area: Hell Gill Pike, Southern Cumbria (Britain) Hell Gill Pike, Little Carrs, Great Carrs, Swirl How, Great How (

Summit Summary
Brow Head: A coastal summit 200 meters from the road.
Collaborative entry Last edit by: jackill 2 months ago.
Park at V77809 23943 just past a house on the left taking care not to block the field gate, there is room for 3-4 cars. Head south west along a grassy track towards the obvious tower and building...

Forum: General
Local 100 Hills - changed!
katekat 2 months ago.
Hi Simon, just wondering did you change this list? When I created a spreadsheet my list was (first 7) Annagh Hill, Arderin, Ballincurra Hill, Ballineddan Mt., Ballycumber Hill, Ballycurragh H...

Summit Summary
Lackenakea: Hmmmm, is this the summit?
Collaborative entry Last edit by: Conor74 2 months ago.
Parked at Barley Cove, straightforward walk from the highest point of the road as it sweeps around the bay, a couple of fences to cross. Choice of 2 or 3 outcrops as summit, one has a small cairn...

Haycock - Pilar-Honister.
tonelagee 2 months ago.
walk, Length:18.0km, Climb: 1241m, Area: Lake District - Central & Western Fells (Britain) Little Gowder Crag, Haycock, Great Scoat Fell, Middle Sco

Summit Comment
Knockatassonig: Great views of the SW coast
Conor74 2 months ago.
Parked car at V7605727759, room for one car on left of road after passing through a farmyard. Walked north west along tarred road a couple of hundred metres, came to road into the lands on the we...

Summit Comment
Hard Knott: Quare name, great stuff.
simon3 2 months ago.
Start from Hard Knott Pass at around NY 2317 0164 and head over rough ground with occasional paths north around 900m. An obvious thing to do is to go over Hard Knott South.

Blencathra - Skiddaw.
tonelagee 2 months ago.
walk, Length:19.9km, Climb: 1374m, Area: Souther Fell South Top, Lake District - Northern Fells (Britain) Souther Fell South Top, Scales Fell, Doddi

Summit Comment
Knocknabreeda: Fantastic views of Reeks , Black Valley and more
normanmccloskey 2 months ago.
After a talk by Simon from MV I finally stopped ignoring one of the most rewarding climbs you'll do in this area and slogged up it on a wet and windy day from the head of the pass in the Owenreagh...

Forum: General
Turlough Hill - Open to Public - Free Tours
Trailtrekker 2 months ago.
Like many of us on here no doubt, I have walked around it's perimeter fence and wondered what is really in there and under there! Well now we can find out. Fair play to them I say, more details on...

Summit Comment
Corbally Hill: All inclusive Shannon
eamonoc 2 months ago.
Climbed today 27/6/2014. After the arduous drive up Tountinna with its fabulous views over Lough Derg. I turned my attention to one of the smaller hills hereabouts and on the way to find a suitab...

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