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ahendroff
2012-03-16 23:20:06
The Owenglin Horseshoe
Hi CaptainVertigo, better off ascending Bengower from Benbreen rather than the other way around on your first go or if its misty. It's just a bit of a scramble in places, and picking your way along rock ledges. There's a bit of a path in places. The descent of Benbreen is a steep scree slope (ideal for a scree run). A good guidebook in Paddy Dillion's Connemara. I've done the Owenglin horseshoe in its entirety twice, so if you need any more pointers, just give me a buzz.
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Knockbreteen: Blessed with rainbows !
David-Guenot 6 hours ago.
After being blessed with daily rainbows during my stay on Inishowen in last November, there was another one waiting for me on top of Knockbreteen !

  
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Knockbreteen: Extensive views for little effort
David-Guenot 6 hours ago.
Bagged this hill on a late, sunny afternoon on 25. March 2014, after a longer walk up Killane/Baurearagh/Turner's Rock. From Kealkill, head for Macroom and take a left turn at O'Sullivan Béara Cas...

  
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Carrigshouk: Perfect Strating point
Sarkuns 16 hours ago.
Carrigshouk on 22.04.2014 as a starting point for around 7-8h walking rout. Taking a straight forward approach it took me approximately 30 min to get to the summit from O1027 0525 . Pretty ste...

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Mullaghcleevaun East Top: Mullaghcleevaun's smaller brother
Collaborative entry Last edit by: Onzy, Sarkuns 17 hours ago.
Mullaghcleevaun East Top is possible to reach from all sides. The easiest way is coming from Carrigshouk , and starting at O1027 0525, or any other small gap along the Military road. (If it is a B...

  
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Hungry Hill: Thirsty Work
omurchu 17 hours ago.
An impressive looking mountain in beautiful surroundings.

  
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Annatoran: Easky's Amalfian Shore
CaptainVertigo 18 hours ago.
Half of Dublin is named after places in or about the Bay of Naples. The "nomenclaturri" of The Black Lake pay homage to foreign topographies that are dependably stunning. Indigenous transient perf...

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Captain Vertigo & The Circuit of Cloonaghlin
simon3 a day ago.
Track 2495 is a fascinating account of a trip around Cloonaghlin - a great description for a very well thought out and original route in one of the premium hillwalking locations of Ireland. I am ...

  
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Cnoc Breasail: An Enormous Blob of Rock
CaptainVertigo a day ago.
I approached Cnoc Breasail from the south (en route from An Bhinn Lair) as part of an extended circuit of Cloonaghlin/Namona. It presents as an enormous blob of solidified rock with its fat arms c...

  
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Annatoran
CaptainVertigo a day ago.
Park at V93526 80439 on the shore of Lough Easky. Ascend the walk, Length:6.3km, Climb: 379m, Area: Annatoran, Ox Mountains (Ireland) Annatoran

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Knockmaa: Local Amenity.
sandman a day ago.
Situated in a well developed and supported walking ammenity as mentioned by previous comment the summit trig sits atop a large cairn. (H3616048371)

  
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A Cloonaghlin Circuit
CaptainVertigo a day ago.
Another Long Good Friday: 8 summits including 6 Arderins and walk, Length:25.4km, Climb: 1556m, Area: An Bhinn L

  
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Top it. It hurts.
BleckCra a day ago.
Aye maybe I could TeeTee. When the drink, drugs and dangerous driving are over? I think not. Catch you on one of these, one day. Do well, hero.


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