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Coomacloghane: Looking Over Glenbeg Lough
CaptainVertigo an hour ago.
There is a noticeable drop off Coomacloghane to its western col. Its a drop from 599m to about 500m with a rise then to 584m to get back on the circuit. As you make this journey you see Lackawee ...

  
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Coomacloghane: Tooth's Twin
Collaborative entry Last edit by: CaptainVertigo an hour ago.
Coomacloghane is rightly regarded as Tooth's sister. They are cut from the same cloth: exposed rock bands tilting upwards. Both summit plateaus are strewn with slabs akimbo. Both have unparalleled...

  
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Tooth Mountain: Viewing Iveragh
CaptainVertigo 3 hours ago.
A major bonus on the summit of Tooth Mountain is the view over Ardgroom Harbour towards Iveragh. It's great to walk along a broad ridge over the sea (Kenmare River) and to see the mountains in the...

Forum: General
Scavvy 11
jackill 10 hours ago.
Thanks for that Conor74 , glad you enjoyed it. Yes this is a tour of some of my favourite parts of the Comeraghs, some rarely visited, spliced together for the benefit of our scavengers with a mi...

  
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Tooth Mountain: Massive Molar Grind Pays Off
Collaborative entry Last edit by: CaptainVertigo 4 hours ago.
Tooth Mountain is generally seen as an entrance or exit summit of the celebrated Cumeengeera Horseshoe, part of the Caha range on Kerry's Beara Peninsula. It comprises a huge dome of mostly expo...

  
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Tooth Mountain: Beautifully Positioned
CaptainVertigo a day ago.
The photo shows the route I took up Tooth Mountain from the carpark in The Pocket of Cumeengeera ( V75426 55335). I'm now convinced that simon3's Track 2225 makes much more sense, as it allows fo...

Forum: General
Scavvy 11 - do it
Conor74 15 hours ago.
If anyone is unsure about next Saturday, go, you won't regret it. Unfortunately I won't be able to make it this time, but Jackill was good enough to take me around the Comeraghs before and I de...

  
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Ouley Hill: Not quite touching the void...
Peter Walker a day ago.
Here's another one for the 'what constitutes an ascent?' debate. The newly appointed Binnion of Ouley Hill is one of the nearest MV tops to our house, and was thus ideal for a quick Sunday late a...

  
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Castlemahon Mountain: A Strangford Lough balcony...
Collaborative entry Last edit by: Peter Walker a day ago.
Castlemahon Mountain is the most significant eminence in the rolling County Down countryside to the south of Strangford Lough. Despite being tree-shagged and transmitter-crowned it is a relatively...

Track
Slieveboy
Peter Walker 2 days ago.
Park carefully (it's tricky not to cause an obstruction) the walk, Length:1.6km, Climb: 66m, Area: Sperrin Mountains (Ireland)

  
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LOST CAUSE
BleckCra a day ago.
Me: "I counted over 100 people on the final ascent to Slieve Donard." Her: "It's great isn't it?" Me: "Hrrmph ........." Over 100 on the ascent - let's guesstimate another 30 over the brow an...

  
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Cuilcagh: Ascent from Gortlughany Car Park
Djouce 2 days ago.
Park at Gortlughany viewing point CP H 168 300 - follow road short distance west - then follow track over style to join Ulster Way at Legacurragh sink hole. Follow Ulster Way markers over boggy gr...


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