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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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Barnahowna from behind.
Onzy 2 weeks ago.
Route to and from Barnahowna from north east.

Summit Summary
Fir Mountain: An isolated little top.
Collaborative entry Last edit by: Harry Goodman a week ago.
Take the B162 NW out of Cookstown and at H7840583322 take a road on the left (Ballynagilly Road). Follow it along for some 4 km to pass a tree plantation on the right, part of Davagh Forest. Just ...

Summit Summary
Mullaghanattin: Striking, distinctive summit
Collaborative entry Last edit by: simon3 a week ago.
This high point of the Mullaghanattin Horseshoe. One approach is to park by the road at at Tooreennahone V747746, where the road forks. 100m before this point is a farm, where you should ask permi...

South eastern Spur of the Sheeffrys
Onzy 2 weeks ago.
Route taking in Tawnyard and Tievenbinnia SE Top. walk, Len: 7.1km, Climb: 435m, Area: Tawnyard, Sheeffry Hills (Ireland) Tawnyar...

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Knockacummer: Another Mullaghareirk windfarm
eamonoc a week ago.
Knockacummer is now adorned with many wind turbines, I was able to drive to R 25180 14646 on a very well made track to windfarm entrance, signs on gate advising no entry without ringing a certain ...

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'Approved' Routes
mcrtchly a day ago.
It would be almost impossible to designate approved or recommended walking routes in Ireland on official maps without the landowner's permission. In general in Ireland, unlike most other European ...

The Nagles - the potential for views is limited by the foresty.
conormcbandon 2 weeks ago.
This area is heavily forested and consequently has a good supply of forest access roads. There are also reasonable ped... run, Len: 21.4km, Climb: 634m, Area: Corran, Nagles Mountains (Ireland) Corra

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Drumnalifferny North-East Top: More of a challenge than you might think!
millsd1 a week ago.
Climbed Drumnalifferney N.E. top 24/8/2015 as part of a circuit comprising Crockfadda, Crockfadda N.E., Slieve Snaght, Drumnalifferney and Bingorms. (Car parked at B929124).Starting from Drumnalif...

An easy to reach summit but the trig pillar is painfully reached
conormcbandon 2 weeks ago.
I parked the car in the forestry entrance as previously described. Following the forest road upwards I turned left on... run, Len: 5.8km, Climb: 177m, Area: Donnell's Hill, Comeragh Mountains (Irelan

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Carrigleitrim: Mind your legs!
Pepe a week ago.
Unfortunately the tree-felled area hasn't been well cleared. The remains of branches have grown brittle and sharp as the scars and scratches on my legs can attest to, so the moral of this comment ...

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Lugnagun: Easy now that trees are felled
Pepe a week ago.
50 minutes return trip from parking the car at C. Walked up the road to where a double line of very pale green sapling protectors lead all the way north to what may be the true summit. This cuts o...

Dunkerrons: Cummeenduff Circuit
Onzy 2 weeks ago.
Route taking in Broaghnabinnia, Stumpa Duloigh and its SE top, and Knocknabreeda. The walk begins from parking just o... walk, Len: 13.4km, Climb: 1178m, Area: Broaghnabinnia, Dunkerron Mountains (Ir

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