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If you have any waterproof jackets, trousers, boots, gaiters, quality sunglasses or technical gloves no longer in use then this is an opportunity to put them to good use.

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Forum: General
Addicted to You - Glanteenassig
CaptainVertigo 8 hours ago.
I've been meaning to take a look at the rossbeighed mountain movies on YouTube seeing them mentioned by simon3. Lo and behold it transpires that rossbeigh has done some work on Glanteenassig which...

  
Forum: General
Scav 11
brenno 15 hours ago.
Not going to repeat what others have already said, but thanks to John and Doug for fantastic day out

  
Track
PMG Walk 38 - Mullaghanish to The Paps
simoburn 16 hours ago.
PMG Walk 38 - Mullaghanish to The Paps - Overcast but dry! V walk, Length:32.9km, Climb: 1785m, Area: Knockullane, Paps/Derrynasaggart (Ireland) Knoc

Summit Summary
Knockadullaun: A forest track to within 50 metres of the summit
Collaborative entry Last edit by: jackill 20 hours ago.
Park at R97385 04936 a forestry entrance, room for 5 cars. Walk uphill through the entrance turning right at the first junction and left at the second one. Follow the track to R97038 03987 then ...

  
Summit Comment
Mucklety Hill: Close to N17.
sandman 21 hours ago.
Driving along the N17 you notice a water tank along with a small wind turbine located on the hill .Parking at G5412214449 I walked up an old track to a farmyard at G5415614805 which has a tarred ...

  
Summit Comment
Gortnadrehy: Views of Nephin.
sandman 22 hours ago.
For such a small hill you get some great views of Lough Conn and Nephin. As this was early on Sat morning i decided not to annoy any one looking for permission to access the summit via the shortes...

Track
PMG Walk 37 - Musheramore
simoburn a day ago.
PMG Walk 37 - Musheramore with nasty weather :( walk, Length:9.1km, Climb: 500m, Area: Musheramore, Boggeragh Mountains (Ireland) Musheramore, Musher

  
Forum: General
Scavvy 11
scotchie a day ago.
Many thanks Bleck Cra, Jackill and to all who participated in Scavvy 11, a brilliant day, fabulous company, always a privilege.

  
Summit Comment
Falleennafinoga: Flat field.
paddyhillsbagger a day ago.
Parked at R952 564 as by cornormcbandons comment and followed suggested route to T17 and the summit area which as far as I can make out is a corner of a field where several fences meet. Couldn't e...

Summit Comment
Coumsallahaun: Rough ride!
paddyhillsbagger a day ago.
Took the road Sth from Templederry, kept R at fork where the road climbed up the hill and became a rough unpaved dirt track. Not recommended if you value your car or have large ground clearance or...

  
Summit Comment
Knockanaffrin: Forget the wellies
geohappy a day ago.
As a warm up for Scavvy 11, did a peak bagging walk taking in Lough Mohra, Knockanaffrin (K) and Knocksheegowna (KS). Parked at S28530 17969 beside the walking map sign - the walks recommended are...

  
Track
Straid Hill
Peter Walker a week ago.
A car can easily be left at the conspicuous corner in the ro walk, Length:1.7km, Climb: 101m, Area: Straid Hill, Sperrin Mountains (Ireland) Straid H


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