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Success in training the boy depends largely on the Scoutmaster's own personal example.

Robert Baden-Powell

How to enjoy yourself in Kerry? join Wicklore & mad2climb from Mountainviews plus assorted scouts around Coumloughra on the perfect day.

By the way here is one of the greybeards club capturing his last 900 summit.
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lug via south prison
dmallen 2 weeks ago.
walk, Len: 18.1km, Climb: 838m, Area: Dublin/Wicklow (Ireland) Lugnaquilla, Cor...

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Srahrevagh North: Steep but Cheerful
sandman a month ago.
Having made the decision not to trouble myself with finding a way through new planting I chose to ignore the Coillte entrances and parked beside a farm house (F9801307227) with the view of reachin...

Wilderness Gully East and Wimberry Rocks
Peter Walker 2 weeks ago.
As students of England's geography (and fans of the Smiths) will know, the eastern outskirts of Manchester rise strai... walk, Len: 7.4km, Climb: 345m, Area: Hoarstone Edge, Lancashire, Cheshire & th

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Ben Nevis: the long slog..
Collaborative entry Last edit by: Hilltop-Harrier a month ago.
As it was a long hike and I had wrote a story but 1500 words wouldn't cover that so I'm just going to enter the photo as I hate half a story..lol so here is a link to the story for anyone who want...

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Lavarnia Brook?
asta_keil a month ago.
Hi Does anyone know the GPS coordinates of Lavarnia Brook Inchavore River Co. Wicklow. thank you very much Regards Asta

Reaching Dunany Point.
simon3 3 weeks ago.
Looking back along the beach towards start.There is parking for a few cars at the start. Walk down the small road to the walk, Len: 3.0km, Climb: 34m, Area: Cooley/Gullion (Ireland)

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Knockmore: The Big Hill.
sandman a month ago.
Numerous mts/hills are named Knockmore: this one is situated in Fermanagh close to the village of Derrygonnelly and is known for its dramatic cliffs. It also gives its name to a type of limestone ...

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Knockboy: Dash Up In The Dark
Aidy a month ago.
On holiday in West Cork, I had taken one day out for hill walking, but after walking Hungry Hill, Coombane and Derryclancy, I reluctantly gave up on the idea of bagging Knockboy later in the day. ...

Clogherhead Ramble
simon3 a month ago.
This is an easy ramble around an east coast coastal summit. There is a car park to start from in Port Oriel. Head up t walk, Len: 1.6km, Climb: 42m, Area: East Coast (Ireland)

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Croaghrimkarra: A Mayo Hill.
sandman a month ago.
Park at the forest entrance located at M0415172189 and cross the fence at the side of the entrance and you will be treated to a steep accent across uneven ground covered with gorse and ferns to th...

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Tinto and the dying of the light
BleckCra a month ago.
Very good captain my captain. Very entertaining. Some inferences bagged I imagine, if albeit after a couple of dry runs.To be fair now, my premise is quite different from the one you would have us...

Knocknadobar-Kells Summits
CaptainVertigo a month ago.
Looking towards Knocknadobar from the South WestSometimes you are presented with dozens of mountains and you have to f... walk, Len: 13.5km, Climb: 1043m, Area: Knocknadobar, Iveragh NW (Ireland) Kno

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