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ahendroff
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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Forum: General
Astonishing indeed.
simon3 less than an hour ago.
I heard today that The Spire in O'Connell Street is to be taken down temporarily for the 1916 commemoration.

  
Forum: General
The Inaccessible Pinnacle no more inaccessibl
David-Guenot 2 hours ago.
Some unbelievable news from Skye... http://www.ukhillwalking.com/news/item.php?id=69629

  
Track
Isle of Scalpay
Peter Walker 2 hours ago.
Pending walk, Length:12.9km, Climb: 271m, Area: Beinn Sgorabhaig [Ben Scoravick] [Beinn Scorabhaig], Harris (Britain) Beinn Sgorabhaig [Ben Scoravic

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Stoney Top: High bump on ridge, useful in routes.
Collaborative entry Last edit by: simon3 23 hours ago.
Stoney Top is the name given to a bump on the ridge leading north from Tonelagee. It will usually be included in longer walks, not normally being a target in itself. If you did want to get to it...

  
Track
Mullaghareirks: Ballinard
Onzy a day ago.
One route to Ballinard ... but why would you? I see it was run, Length:2.8km, Climb: 0m, Area: W Limerick/N Kerry (Ireland)

  
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Cappagh Mountain: Mountain in name only.
Collaborative entry Last edit by: Harry Goodman a day ago.
From Ballygawley roundabout take the B34 east to a cross roads H675605. Turn left on to Agnagar Road, signed for Cappagh. Less than 1km along at a T junction (Harper's Bridge) go right and about...

Track
Dromavally from the South
Onzy a day ago.
Route to Dromavally Mountain starting (with permission) from walk, Length:4.4km, Climb: 403m, Area: Dromavally Mountain, Central Dingle (Ireland) Dro

  
Summit Summary
Rehagy Mountain: Bag it, tick it and forget it !
Collaborative entry Last edit by: Harry Goodman a day ago.
From Aughnacloy take the B128 east to H713531 and turn left up Rehargy Road. A short way along park on the left beside a Water Service station. Walk up a very muddy track immediately past the stat...

  
Track
Jebel Shams
mcrtchly a day ago.
Oman is the adventure playground of the ex-pat workers in th walk, Length:23.0km, Climb: 1387m, Area: Oman ()

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Croaghanirwore: Well worth the effort..
Collaborative entry Last edit by: Harry Goodman a day ago.
On the E side of L. Eske G984843 go NE steeply uphill. Where the tarred road ends, there is ample off road parking. Follow the farm track to L. Fad and around it's left side. When it peters out go...

  
Track
The Tom Crean Challenge
Jim Holmes 2 days ago.
This was the Tom Crean Challenge 2014 as hosted by the Annas walk, Length:29.6km, Climb: 1770m, Area: Brandon, Brandon Group (Ireland) Brandon, Brand

  
Summit Comment
Sruffaungarve Top: Nice views
ColinCallanan a day ago.
This was an enjoyable hike, with lovely views across down to Lough Easkey. Some peat hags on the way up require a little navigation, but the sight of Cloonacool hill more than makes of for the sog...


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