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2012-03-16 23:12:12
Car Park at Mahon Falls
Hi pn_runner, I personally wouldn't leave my car parked anywhere along the road leading up to the Mahon Falls or at it's main car park overnight. I've only parked there over the winter when it's cold and snowy (and when you'd probably need winter tyres to get up). I have heard of numerous break-ins there over the years, especially over the summer. It's a bit of a risk in my opinion to leave your car there overnight. Hope this helps.
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Bla Bheinn [Blabheinn] [Blaven]: Stunning Bla Bheinn
Derry_Danderer 14 hours ago.
I climbed this last week and think I'll struggle to find a better view from the top anywhere else in Ireland or the UK. The location is remote although in tourist season I did come across maybe 6 ...

Wicklow Way- Roundwood to Glenmalure
Dessie1 15 hours ago.
walk, Length:24.7km, Climb: 742m, Area: Dublin/Wicklow (Ireland)

Summit Comment
Lavagh More: A Knee Killer After A Long Walk
Aidy 15 hours ago.
I reached Lavagh More having already walked Ardnageer, Ardnageer SW Top and Croaghgorm, and virtually climbed Croaghbane and Glascarns Hill too at the start of the walk, although I turned west jus...

Forum: General
Dessie , well done on Wicklow
jackill 20 hours ago.
Sounds like an epic distance to cover in a few days. Very well done, might make an interesting article for the site if you had the time to write about it?

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Slieve Muck: Follow the wall to the summit
Collaborative entry Last edit by: jackill 15 hours ago.
Park at J27115 25243, an access road to Spelga Reservoir, room for 5-6 cars on the roadside without blocking the road way. Cross the public road and over the wall on the far side heading generally...

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Croaghgorm: Extensive Mountain Not Fully Explored Yet.
Aidy 16 hours ago.
I have had a lot of pleasure walking in the Bluestacks, and Croaghgorm, the highest in the range had long been on my list. I had previously climbed Croaghbane, but hadn't been able to continue al...

Wicklow way- Stranakelly to Clonegal
Dessie1 15 hours ago.
walk, Length:25.9km, Climb: 498m, Area: Dublin/Wicklow (Ireland)

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frankmc04 a day ago.
Avid hillwalker, exploring the mountains of Ireland

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Eastern reeks short version
rossbeighed a day ago.
this is a shortened version of a video of the eastern reeks via the bone- cnoc na peiste-big gun ridge-cruach mor. The original was way too long as pointed out by this site...It might give peopl...

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Ardnageer SW Top: Remarkable Quartz Mound Main Attraction
Aidy 16 hours ago.
I reached the summit coming from Ardnageer, on my way to Croaghgorm, and although the summit is difficult to distinguish from Ardnageer, it is on the natural route to Croaghgorm, the white quartz ...

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Ardnageer: Scramble To The Summit
Aidy 16 hours ago.
I started from the Reelan Valley, heading almost to the top of Glascarns Hill, but just short of the summit I bore west, across the flank of Croaghbane, crossing the Effernagh River high up where ...

Wicklow way- Glenmalure to Stranakelly
Dessie1 15 hours ago.
walk, Length:40.1km, Climb: 1153m, Area: Dublin/Wicklow (Ireland) Carrickashane Mountain

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