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Summiteer's Snaght
CaptainVertigo less than an hour ago.
A Stunning Walk-Six ArderinsThis is a top class route. It has rock, water, wilderness, and spectacular views. I think ... walk, Len: 12.5km, Climb: 951m, Area: Crockfadda, Donegal NW (Ireland) Crockf

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Culliagh SE Top: Last but by no means least in my list of Donegal NW tops.
Harry Goodman 2 hours ago.
I climbed this hill on 25 Oct 2012 as my final top in the MV list for Donegal NW. I parked at a large pull in area on the right (S) side of the minor road C0744301200 and then went NE along the ro...

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Loughaskerry: No great challenge but a worthy Binnion nonetheless .
Harry Goodman 2 hours ago.
I visited this top on 26 July 2014. Take the R255 W off the N56 at C119221 and follow along to take a minor road on the left C110223 going SSE. About 2k along go right SW along the Braughan Road t...

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Oughtarnid: Need To Go Back For A Better Experience
Aidy 3 hours ago.
Weather and other circumstances can make a huge diference to the experience of a hill, and although I'd had a brilliant time a little earlier on Breesy Hill, things were less pleasurable on Oughta...

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Breesy Hill: Much To Recommend
Aidy 3 hours ago.
I have to agree with sandman that this hll has great views, although hazy when I visited, and I found it a very enjoyable walk. I started from a similar point, just a bit further north on the same...

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Meenard Mtn W Top: Easier ascent.
hivisibility 23 hours ago.
For an easier ascent from the parking space at point 639974 turn right along the road and continue until you meet a timber gate shortly after on your right. Climb over and ascend slightly to the l...

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Cloonagh: What's in a Name.
sandman a day ago.
Originally called Carroward by Mountain Views the name of this hill now has reverted to Cloonagh both of which are town land names. Put little faith in the tract shown on the map as this belongs t...

An alternative access route to minimise the forest bashing required
conormcbandon 2 days ago.
While climbing Knockanora to the southwest earlier in the day I spotted a possible route up through the unkempt fields... walk, Len: 3.6km, Climb: 291m, Area: Gortagarry, Shannon (Ireland) Gortagarry

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Knockavoe: Short walk to the trig pillar
Collaborative entry Last edit by: Aidy 2 days ago.
The top can be easily accessed from the Evish Road on the southern slopes from H 37403 97064. I sought and was given permission to cross the fields at the nearby house. The summit is around H 3729...

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Knockavoe - a welcome addition
Aidy 2 days ago.
Thanks to mountainviews for adding Knockavoe to its lists. My blog post on the hill might give an idea of why I felt it warranted inclusion.https://aidymcglynn.wordpress.com/2015/10/03/knockavoe/

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Knockavoe: Great Viewing Platform
Aidy 2 days ago.
I went to the top of this hill on the same day as several others, as from the Evish Road on its southern slopes, it is only 500 metres or so to the top across easy ground. There is a trig pillar a...

A distinctive trig piered top emerging from the forestry
conormcbandon 2 days ago.
This is just a track detailing the eastwards approach as descibed by others. Park a little to the south of the forestr... walk, Len: 2.7km, Climb: 155m, Area: Knockanora, Shannon (Ireland) Knockanora

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