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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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Lugnaquilla: A perfect day on the hills.
liame 2 weeks ago.
Hadn't been up Lugnaquilla for a few years and from Glenmalure for a few decades so I had forgotten how enjoyable it can be. It certainly helped that the conditions on Saturday were just about per...

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BleckCra a week ago.
Hills. When I started, I was young. I bagged Munros, scaled crags, ran screes, denied Death ... saw God and heard wolves.When I was young. Now I am old.The last 10 years has seen a hatch, an infes...

Mont Mézenc
David-Guenot 3 weeks ago.
After having climbed the nearby Gerbier de Jonc (1551m), my 7 1/2-year-old son and I had a stroll up the highest peak of walk, Len: 4.1km, Climb: 197m, Area: France, Auvergne-Rh?ne-Alpes ()

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jackill a month ago.
I started hillwalking in mid 2003 after being pestered by a friend of mine to try it. The first walk was 10 km with a total climb of about 300 meters - and I nearly died! The funny thing was I kep...

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Slievenamon: Magical
Kennyj 2 weeks ago.
Climbed Slievenamon this morning,parking at S317288 outside of Kilcash and following an easy track to this most interesting mountain,the summit has a most impressive cairn as well as trig pillar,s...

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Slieve Beagh South East Top: What a lovely walk, it's being under sold
AdrianneB 2 weeks ago.
Walked to this summit today. So much nicer than I expected. I was only going to tick it off my county tops list. Followed the route as suggested by Simon3 and Harry Goodman. A few updates: there i...

Mont Gerbier de Jonc
David-Guenot 3 weeks ago.
Overlooking the spring of the Loire River in the E of Massif Central, this famous summit (1551m) is locally called a &qu walk, Len: 1.3km, Climb: 134m, Area: France, Auvergne-Rh?ne-Alpes ()

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Corballis Hill: My Lovely Legs Destroyed!
Pepe 2 weeks ago.
That older NW track referred to by Simon3 is very overgrown now (Aug 2016). To be avoided if wearing shorts as I was, because of all those annoying prickly bits. So badly overgrown I could go no f...

Near Moel Faban, Snowdonia (Britain)
David-Guenot 3 weeks ago.
walk, Len: 13.0km, Climb: 662m, Area: Moel Faban, Snowdonia (Britain) Moel Faba...

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Commemorating plane crash.
simon3 a week ago.
Eoin."As this is a historic event that can only ever have one definitive location" .. but there's hundreds of plane crash sites in the mountains of Ireland of which this is just one example. There...

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Keale Mountain: Get there soon
thomas_g 2 weeks ago.
The machine track described by Jackill has become very overgrown and is rough going in spots. Bag this one soon if you're thinking about it.

Cuilcagh - a great day on the hills!
peter1 a month ago.
Rather than climbing Cuilagh from the high point on the road to the south of Benbeg, I decided to make a traverse of the walk, Len: 14.8km, Climb: 502m, Area: Breifne (Ireland) Cuilcagh, Benbeg

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