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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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Forum: General
Re: the Great Island Debate
Pepe 6 days ago.
Thanks for the quick response, Simon. Yes we could tie ourselves up in knots over islands - but I will propose two: one definitely in the sea, the other being , eh, tidal, sort of, which I suppose...

Beinn Sgritheall
Peter Walker a week ago.
Beinn Sgritheall is a solitary Munro impressively dominating an already rather impressive stretch of Scotland's weste... walk, Len: 10.4km, Climb: 1178m, Area: Beinn Sgritheall East Top, Glen Shiel t

Summit Comment
Croghan Hill: Directions from R400
melohara 2 weeks ago.
The village of Rhode, Co Offaly, is on the R400, 9 kms from Junction 3 on the M6 Dublin – Galway motorway. Leave Rhode on L1010, signposted Tyrrellspass & Croghan Hilll with Ryan’s Pharmacy on on...

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simon3 a month ago.
I have been hillwalking since the early 70's mostly in Ireland but also Scotland and with visits to places such as Corsica, Morocco and Bolivia.I am a member of the Irish Rambler's Club, however I...

Maamturks & Joyce Country XXX
GSheehy a week ago.
I had a fair idea that this walk would push me to the limit. Do the Maamturks and then do the Joyce Country (in reverse... walk, Len: 67.9km, Climb: 4160m, Area: Corc?g, Maamturks (Ireland) Corc

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Cnoc Anagaire: Cnoc a' Diaraigh
giomach 2 weeks ago.
Annagry Hill is best known (except to map-makers!) as Cnoc a' Diaraigh. There's even a song about it (try "http://www.rte.ie/radio/utils/radioplayer/rteradioweb.html#!rii=b17%5F10361044%5F1722%5F1...

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Cairn Gorm: Reindeer in the Cairngorms
bryanmccabe 2 weeks ago.
Apparently there are about 150 reindeer between the Cairngorms and the Glenlivet Estate, the only free-ranging herd in Britain. Some of them participate in the annual Christmas Eve Parade in Aviem...

Peter Walker a week ago.
"The central, highest and most awesome of the Torridonian triptych is Liathach, the grey one. Its great terraced wa walk, Len: 12.8km, Climb: 1348m, Area: Stuc a'Choire Dhuibh Bhig, Loch Torrido

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Braeriach: Falls of Dee
bryanmccabe 2 weeks ago.
This waterfall (Falls of Dee) is the River Dee within 1km of its source. The Dee flows into the North Sea at Aberdeen. The summit of Braeriach is in cloud in the background.

Carrantoohil on tour
coublevie a week ago.
walk, Len: 15.5km, Climb: 1229m, Area: Na Cn?mha, MacGillycuddy's Reeks (Irelan...

Forum: General
Re The Great Island Debate.
simon3 6 days ago.
Pepe for all his tragi-comedic adventures seems inclined sometimes towards a sort of basic querying of premises. But is it fundamentalism or scientific skepticism to ask whether "Cork city centre...

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Sgor an Lochain Uaine: 3 high Munros
bryanmccabe 2 weeks ago.
View of Cairn Toul (left) and Sgor an Lochain Uaine (with corrie lake nestled underneath), taken on the approach to the summit of Braeriach (out of picture to the right). These three Munros, ranke...

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