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2012-02-22 09:01:08
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jop68, if you click on track 788 on the track page the zig zag descent from Cnoc Na Toinne to Cronins Yard is logged on it.The track is of the Eastern Reeks so it might be a bit of a help if there are no alternatives!

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Forum: Suggestions
Disruption probably over. Please check
simon3 a week ago.
There have been some software changes installed starting 11:30 today, 18th Sept. It affects Irish and British summit data. Both have been updated and as the method is new there could and proba...

Ireland's Best Walks - A Walking Guide by Helen Fairburn
aidand a month ago.
This is a very fine book. It is well written and beautifully produced. The photographs in the book are very impressive. The book describes 65 walks throughout Ireland. These range from moderate hi...

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frankmc04 a month ago.
Avid hillwalker, exploring the mountains of Ireland

Walk Guide
Bangor Trail - High Level.
millsd1 2 months ago.
Overview This two day linear walk in North Mayo is a high level alternative to the low level way marked Bangor Trail. The route also links the towns of Bangor Erris and Newport. About 42 km...

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Trostan: Pleasantly Surprised
Aidy 2 weeks ago.
I did this on a bit of a whim, having been in Belfast for work, and wan't well prepared in terms of knowing the route, or having a map with me. I had some vague recollections of a route as descri...

PMG Walk 6 - Carrigleitrim to Silsean
simoburn 2 weeks ago.
PMG Walk 6 - A walk of 16kms in 4hrs 10mins. Started up Carr walk, Length:16.0km, Climb: 727m, Area: Carrigleitrim, Dublin/Wicklow (Ireland) Carrigle

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Scarr: Laragh to Glenmacnass Waterfall
gringottsgoblin 3 weeks ago.
From McCoys in Laragh follow the Wicklow Way across the Glenmacnass River up the slope of Paddock Hill hop the stile, and continue along the track untill you reach the woods on the left. After abo...

Forum: General
Found in Glendalough Sunday 7th. September 20
des carroll 2 weeks ago.
Dear friends, We found a Garmin wrist appliance - like a watch, in Glendalough last Sunday. I will be delighted to get it back to its owner. Please ph Des at 086 8607393 to arrange return. D...

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Clearagh Hill: Trig with a difference.
chalky 3 weeks ago.
Cycled to start of a farm track at W3690 6525 which can be followed S then W then S again to near edge of trees which can be followed to the Trig which unusually had 4 bolts on top rather than th...

PMG Walk 7 - Ballinacor to Ballycurragh Hill - Too much forest!
simoburn 2 weeks ago.
PMG Walk 7 - 32.2kms in 7hrs 53mins. Ballinacor Mtn 531m, Cr walk, Length:32.2km, Climb: 1335m, Area: Ballinacor Mountain, Dublin/Wicklow (Ireland) B

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Shrone Hill: Rugged little number.
chalky 3 weeks ago.
One look at this little hill from the Glengarriff camp site I was staying at was enough to explain its lack of popularity maybe. Huge ribs of bare rock in tiers all along this side made for an en...

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Slievemore (Sherkin Island): Twin tops of Sherkin Island.
chalky 3 weeks ago.
Frequent Ferrys make this attractive island fairly accessable. I made the mistake of cycling to near the end of the road to the NW of Slievemore and consequently had to plod through some rank vege...

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