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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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Brandon Massif -The Ridge Walk
CaptainVertigo a few minutes ago.
Sharron Schwartz and Martin Critchley have produced another classic Irish mountain video to add to their expanding collection. This is one of our great Wild Atlantic routes taking in the entire Br...

Near Laghtshanaquilla, Galty Mountains (Ireland)
jackill 18 hours ago.
walk, Length:13.4km, Climb: 560m, Area: Laghtshanaquilla, Galty Mountains (Ireland) Laghtshanaquilla

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Stoompa East Top: Simple hop over from its big brother
Collaborative entry Last edit by: Colin Murphy a day ago.
This top is usually done in conjunction with its larger neighbour, Stoompa. See directions for that entry. From Stoompa this top is an easy 20-minute trek. Head downhill NE for 500m to col then tu...

The Dingle Peninsula, A Walking Guide by Adrian Hendroff
aidand a day ago.
In 2011 the same author wrote ‘The Dingle, Iveragh & Beara Peninsula, a walking guide’. That book described 9 of the 24 walks that also feature in this new volume. It is inevitable that popular ro...

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Stoompa: Horses Glen
Colin Murphy a day ago.
Accompanying pic is a composite of 8 photos showing the spectacular views to be had to the south of Stoompa in the valley knows as Glencappul or Horses' Glen. On the right is Lough Garagarry, bott...

Bagging three Wicklow/Kildare summits
jackill 18 hours ago.
Quick routes up Saggart Hill, Cupidstown Hill and Lugnagun walk, Length:10.1km, Climb: 818m, Area: Saggart Hill, Dublin/Wicklow (Ireland) Saggart Hil

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Stoompa: Wonderful summit and breathtaking scenery
Colin Murphy a day ago.
After taking wrong turns around a few of the minor roads to the south of Lough Guitane,I drove through a closed gate at Point 011 844 and I eventually found my way to Point 010 838, where a local ...

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Knockbrack: Lake views
Colin Murphy a day ago.
Knockbrack has a number of small unnamed loughs nestling in its sides which offer quite spectacular views, including this one, snapped in late afternoon, looking west towards the Dunkerron Mountai...

A circuit of the western central Dingle tops
mcrtchly a day ago.
walk, Length:19.2km, Climb: 1152m, Area: Slievanea, Central Dingle (Ireland) Slievanea, Slievanea NE Top, An Starraicín, Sliabh na nGabhar, Gob an

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Knockbrack: Broad, rocky summit with fine views
Collaborative entry Last edit by: Colin Murphy a day ago.
See Knockrower short summary for initial approach. From track at Point 925 775 turn east and head directly up the valley between Coombane and Knockrower. There is a track visible in parts, apparen...

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Dromderalough: Fine top surrounded by small loughs
Collaborative entry Last edit by: Colin Murphy a day ago.
This approach is from the west, incorporating Knockrower - consult that summit for initial approach. From Knockrower continue NEE, dropping down to a col at 500m before beginning a fairly gentle a...

A nice little Burren ramble on a hot sunny April evening
ColinCallanan a day ago.
This A to B walk crosses the summit of Bouleevin to take in walk, Length:5.0km, Climb: 242m, Area: Bouleevin, West Clare (Ireland) Bouleevin

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