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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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Summit Comment
Gortmonly Hill: Electrifying Experience
Aidy less than an hour ago.
Having already been up Curraghchosaly, I planned to do a few more smaller hills in West Tyrone and Derry, starting here. Walked up the concrete road described in the other comments, in snow, hail...

  
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Curraghchosaly Mountain: Boggy At The Top
Aidy less than an hour ago.
Went up today after noticing this hill on Simoburn's ascent of nearby Mullaghcarn. The directions given in the other comments were perfect, leading to easy navigation to the top, so there's not m...

  
Forum: Suggestions
Thanks Dessie1
Astrofizz01 22 hours ago.
Hi Dessie and thanks a lot for your info. It worked a treat and I never would have figured it out on my own. I don't use Chrome as a browser so I did not realise it could it could interfere with s...

Summit Comment
Birreencorragh South Top: National Monument
Barry a day ago.
May be worth noting that the summit cairn here, as described at IG02437 03060 below is a National Monument - must be remains of an ancient burial cairn or boundary marker perhaps. There's another...

  
Forum: General
Project Mountain Goat - Final Stats / MV on F
simoburn 2 days ago.
Hey all, I hope people have been having a safe time in the hills over the last few weeks. It does feel like there has been a few rescues and incidents over the past month. Any how, for those inter...

  
Summit Comment
Aroher Hill: Lough Avoher
Barry 3 days ago.
Whatever about any local name for this hill, I'm fairly certain that it's Lough Avoher or Loch a' Bhothár - the lough of the road (Bangor Trail road). Check the OS Six inch for spelling.

Track
Coum Country North of Sneem
Onzy 3 days ago.
A route from north of Sneem in Iveragh taking in four VLs; C walk, Length:13.9km, Climb: 915m, Area: Coomnacronia, Dunkerron Mountains (Ireland) Coom

  
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Survey of part of the Galtys
jackill 4 days ago.
A quick route up and down the western part of the Galty ridg walk, Length:11.9km, Climb: 736m, Area: Monabrack, Galty Mountains (Ireland) Monabrack,

  
Track
South West Iveragh
Onzy 2 days ago.
Route over Eagles Hill and Mullaghbeg starting from partking walk, Length:12.9km, Climb: 575m, Area: Eagles Hill, Dunkerron Mountains (Ireland) Eagle

Track
Survey of Barnafaddock
jackill a week ago.
A walk across mostly farmland although Barnafaddock itself i walk, Length:5.8km, Climb: 168m, Area: Ireland, 46 m E from your Home Location ()

  
Summit Comment
Coomura Mountain: Source of the River Inny
Onzy 3 days ago.
When I was planning a route taking in Coomura Mountain followed by Knockmoyle, I was a little concerned about Simon3's comment about the navigational challenge presented by the ground around the '...

  
Forum: General
Carrauntoohils height - MV says 1038.591m
jackill 3 days ago.
Although Peter would have you believe that me swinging from the cross possibly broke it, some of what he says is actually true. The summit has been surveyed on 2 occasions by Mountainviews using ...


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