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Bleck. I appreciat.. by CaptainVertigo   (Show all posts)
CaptainVertigo
2012-02-24 00:28:41
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The Rising of The Moon?
This site is far too respectable a place to say what I'm thinking about the defence of of our wildernesses. Were our servers located in Chechnya and if our leader was a bearded character with lions and tigers as pets; were I not still an Officer of the Court with a house yet unseized by my creditors, then I might well commit my thoughts to print. Although tactically it might not be prudent to warn the mountain disrespectors of my detailed plans. When I blow I don't intend it to be a polite "green" event. Let the mountain Luddites, the Buachaillí Bána and The Peep O'Day Boys reconvene. No. I bite my tongue.
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Summit Comment
Lacken Hill: New Ross Walk
Gobbledygook 9 hours ago.
Ease of access is a plus and good parking. There's a sign at the entrance saying 'Forest of The Dunbrody' where trees used to replace the trees used in the building of the Dunbrody Famine Ship are...

  
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Seefingan, Kippure and others
elarbee 15 hours ago.
Really nice route, had been waiting for a few days of good w walk, Length:17.8km, Climb: 648m, Area: Seefin, Dublin/Wicklow (Ireland) Seefin, Seefing

  
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Slieve Beagh South East Top: Slieve Baaaaaaagh
Onzy 22 hours ago.
Visited enroute to somewhere else, thankfully as I would have hated to have made a special trip to this place. It must rate as one of the most monotonous hill walks I have had. Having reached th...

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Crockkinnagoe: Unexpected Pleasure
Aidy 2 days ago.
I had an unexpected chance to get out today, but I admit to being a little disappointed that due to a late start, I couldn't go for a walk taking in several big mountains in the Bluestacks. Inste...

  
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Donalds Carn: Just exactly where, or what, is Donald's Carn ?
Harry Goodman 3 days ago.
I fully concur with the comments of Peter Walker in his short summary for this hill, both in the directions given and as to the general whereabouts of the top. The highest point lies somewhere wit...

  
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Divis Ridge Trail
Peter Walker 15 hours ago.
This track shows the National Trust's recently opened Ridge walk, Length:8.2km, Climb: 86m, Area: Belfast Hills (Ireland)

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Muldersleigh Hill: Could this be Ireland's most visited hill top?
Harry Goodman 3 days ago.
Although just over 130m in height this is a hill that could possibly lay claim to be the most visited top in Ireland. Well over 200 people climb it every Saturday between April and October and su...

  
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Slievegarran: Some enchanted evening...
Peter Walker 3 days ago.
Armed only with the knowledge that three very illustrious Summiteers had managed an ascent before me, I set out to discover a route to the top of Slievegarran on a glorious spring evening. A drive...

  
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Three Tops of Benbreen
Onzy 22 hours ago.
Linear out and back route from Gleninagh taking in the three walk, Length:12.5km, Climb: 760m, Area: Binn Bhraoin Central Top, Twelve Bens (Ireland)

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Seefin: April Sunrise Peeping Through
ahogan 4 days ago.
Lovely morning for a quick trip to the summits of Seefin and Seefin N Top.

  
Forum: General
Two rescues in Wicklow
simon3 2 days ago.
On Good Friday 18/04/14 both the Glen of Imaal Red Cross Mountain Rescue Team and the Dublin and Wicklow Mountain Rescue team having come to the assistance of a 9 year old boy who had suffered a l...

  
Forum: General
What can I do to help?
wicklore 4 days ago.
Trailtrekker good idea to start on Lug - save some valuable time. Let me know how I can help - minding your car, setting up a refreshment stop etc. Let's widen the team!


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