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Summit Comment
Ben Bury: The not-so-poor relation
Colin Murphy a few minutes ago.
Anywhere else this would probably be described as a very decent summit, but its broad-topped nature is in contrast to the craggy, sharply defined Lugmore summits to the SE and the dramatic curve u...

  
Summit Summary
Ben Bury: Flattish top, though steep north side with good views.
Collaborative entry Last edit by: Colin Murphy, scapania, simon3 a few minutes ago.
Unlike its pointy neighbours this summit is a 500m long East-West scarp. It has a steep northern side and broad high area to the south, lightly strewn with stones and boulders. It is easiest reach...

  
Summit Comment
Ben Lugmore West Top: They don't come better than these
Colin Murphy less than an hour ago.
This is either the first or last summit in the Lugmore Ridge - three first rate tops that offer everything a hillwalker can desire - height, prominence, rugged beauty and breathtaking scenery all ...

Summit Summary
Ben Lugmore West Top: A jagged summit on a jagged ridge
Collaborative entry Last edit by: Colin Murphy, wicklore less than an hour ago.
The Ben Lugmore Ridge can be reached from the east by parking at L82820 69529, and following the Green Ramp route up onto the col between Ben Bury and Ben Lugmore West Top at L805 679. Turn left (...

  
Summit Summary
Ben Lugmore: High centre of an exhilarating ridge.
Collaborative entry Last edit by: Colin Murphy, simon3 less than an hour ago.
Ben Lugmore at 803m is the 18th highest peak in Ireland and only just short of Mweelrea. (814m). It has a dangerous 600m cliff face drop on the NE side to the Sruhauncullinmore valley and a margin...

  
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Ben Lugmore East Top: Wonderful summit and breathtaking scenery
Collaborative entry Last edit by: Colin Murphy less than an hour ago.
Parking for 2/3 cars next to a bridge over the Owengarr River at point L842 652, just to the south of Fin Lough. Cross the bridge to a lane leading up to a farmhouse, This farmhouse has previously...

Summit Comment
Devilsmother: Stunning descent
Colin Murphy 2 hours ago.
The ridge to the NW of Devilsmother makes for a stunningly scenic descent, as you can see from the pic, showing the innermost tip of Killary Harbour.

  
Summit Summary
Devilsmother North Top: Simple top on the way to main summit.
Collaborative entry Last edit by: Colin Murphy 3 hours ago.
The most direct approach is to park at small lay-by (1 car) at L912 650 E and proceed directly up steep slope in SE direction. Terrain is short grass mostly, and was solid underfoot in late May. R...

  
Summit Summary
Devilsmother: Don't be frightened by the name
Collaborative entry Last edit by: Colin Murphy, wicklore 4 hours ago.
Devilsmother is at southern end of long ridge stretching north to the secondary Devilsmother N Top summit above Killary Fjord. No easy approach as access is up steep slopes. When wet, slopes prese...

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Emerald Island GPS Map v2.0.7
Pazapas 18 hours ago.
The Emerald Island GPS Map v2.0.7 is available with a revamped content : new contour lines built on SRTM 1 arc second of resolution, 1497 Mountainviews summits, the ancient irish sites from Megali...

  
Track
Village-bagging in the SW of France.
David-Guenot a day ago.
I uploaded this track as an example of a series of long winter walks I have planned around where I live in France. Th... walk, Len: 34.3km, Climb: 533m, Area: France, Languedoc-Roussillon-Midi-Pyr?n?

  
Track
Benn Corr traverse
ColinCallanan a week ago.
This was a highly enjoyable and quite challenging traverse, and is based on the route provided by Paul Phelan in his ... walk, Len: 11.4km, Climb: 896m, Area: Binn Doire Chl?ir, Twelve Bens (Ireland)


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