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Beenarourke: A brief Ring of Kerry diversion
madfrankie less than an hour ago.
Beenarourke looms over the large car park at a bend in the road between Waterville and Caherdaniel. It can be a busy place in high summer, with swarms of tourists taking snaps, or looking in baffl...

  
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Dromavally Mountain: Misty view from the North.
simon3 an hour ago.
Here is a misty view of the summit from the NW on the ridge that extends East of Stradbally Mountain. The murky skyline of this picture has the small summit of Brickany in it. The picture mak...

  
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All Rubbish
BleckCra 12 hours ago.
On a fleeting visit today, via some well trod tracks, into the Mournes and on to a couple of popular if unimpressive tops, I see that not only have we invited an underclass into our domain but hav...

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Knockmaa: Beautiful Wooded Hill
shaneanddearbh 14 hours ago.
Knonkmaa Woods is a beautiful walk, about 4km long and takes about 1 hour at a casual pace. Fantastic views to the west of the Corrib and Connemara, Mayo to the North with the peak of Croagh Patri...

  
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Moanbane: Flattish boggy ridge ovelooking Blessington Lake.
Collaborative entry Last edit by: simon3 a day ago.
Moanbane is rarely mentioned, or climbed, without reference to its almost twin summit Silsean. The two tops are the highest points of the area of mountain overlooking the hamlet of Ballyknockan to...

  
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Knockanuarha: Worth a visit
eamonoc 2 days ago.
Climbed Friday 25th July. Thanks acorn for great directions, was able to drive to R 52860 69143. From here it was a pleasant 15mins walk to Summit trig point. Was above the blanket of heavy fog th...

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McVeigh Surpasses Himself
CaptainVertigo a day ago.
Gerry McVeigh's body of film work has grown not just in size but in stature over the years to the point where he must be considered more than merely a gifted amateur: he is professional in the bes...

  
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Donnell's Hill: To trig or not to trig
eamonoc 2 days ago.
Climbed Friday 11th July. Followed excellent directions of thomas g. All the way to high point with large cross in attendance. No route finding issues, the trig point is at other end of hill, much...

  
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Tomies Mountain: Follow me up to Tomies
Collaborative entry Last edit by: Peter Walker 3 days ago.
Park on the roadside at V872 838, room for 5 cars, and follow the track past Madmans seat and on to the Glas Loch. Follow the west shore then steeply up to the east at the back of the lake. This...

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The ascent of Sceilg Mhichíl...
Peter Walker 2 days ago.
There have been a fair few posts on MV over the years regarding climbing (and what constitutes an ascent of) this lonely Atlantic outpost: how technically difficult it is or might be, and is it po...

  
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Sliabh an Iolair: Bird's eye view
Collaborative entry Last edit by: Peter Walker 3 days ago.
Start at the track GR V352 003, parking for 2 cars, and follow it between stone walls towards the lake .you have two choices, the steep zigzag path visible directly ahead or the track around to t...

  
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Beenoskee: Ireland's finest views?
Collaborative entry Last edit by: Peter Walker 3 days ago.
There is parking for about 6 cars at Lough Annascaul. Start by following the roadway up the valley until it peters out in the bog above. From here head NE initially across bog and then continuing ...


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