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The Tom Crean Challenge
Jim Holmes 15 hours 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
Roineabhal: Hebridean wonder
Peter Walker 19 hours ago.
The 'main' road south from Tarbert is mainly notable for the sumptuous coastline along which it passes (the beaches...dear lord, the beaches), and it climaxes in the unique little church at Rodel....

  
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Knock Maa Hike
ColinCallanan a day ago.
Summary: A nice short hike in a pleasant forest, followed by walk, Length:3.8km, Climb: 131m, Area: Knockmaa, North Midlands (Ireland) Knockmaa

Summit Comment
Gortnessy Hill: In defence of Gortnessy...well, slightly
Peter Walker 22 hours ago.
Harry Goodman is fundamentally right about the relative lack of merits of Gortnessy Hill...it'll never be worth a specific visit. But it's quite nice in late summer if you happen to be passing...

  
Track
The Lug Walk
Jim Holmes a day ago.
This was the Lug Walk of 2011 as hosted by The Irish Rambler walk, Length:51.6km, Climb: 2153m, Area: Dublin/Wicklow (Ireland) Kippure, Carrigvore, G

  
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Slieve Beagh South East Top: A Purgatorial Encounter
CaptainVertigo a day ago.
I always get excited about putting forward the clocks in late March. To my mind it signals the end of winter, regardless of weather. In practical terms there is an immediate addition of light at...

Track
The Maamturks Challenge Route
Jim Holmes a day ago.
This was The Maamturks Challenge of 2014 as hosted by NUIG M walk, Length:28.8km, Climb: 2395m, Area: Corc

  
Summit Comment
Croaghanirwore: Hard Won But Well Worth It
Aidy 2 days ago.
I have made a few attempts to get to Croaghanirwore, but have always been beaten back by bad weather on the occasions I've tried. I've always used the same route, starting at Barnes Gap on the N1...

  
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CaptainVertigo 2 days ago.
Don't want to give away all the surprises but there are quite a few

Track
The Blackstairs Challenge Walk
Jim Holmes a day ago.
This was the Backstairs Walk of 2012 as hosted by The Wayfar walk, Length:31.0km, Climb: 1436m, Area: Mount Leinster East Top, Blackstairs Mountains (

  
Summit Summary
Mullaghturk: Worth seeking out.
Collaborative entry Last edit by: Harry Goodman 3 days ago.
Start at H6826188284 and follow a track up until it peters out in a thick patch of rushes and old turf cuttingd H6790588743. Continue up the untracked hillside to a wooden gate H6754588927 about ...

  
Track
Slieve Felim
peter1 3 days ago.
Cycled up the forest track on my mountain bike from the trai run, Length:6.6km, Climb: 43m, Area: Shannon (Ireland)


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