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kevin carroll
2012-04-20 19:45:04
markers on long hill
These look exactly like the old war department markers around killbribe and glen of imail army camps, so I looked up an old map and it shows a disused firing range in the area of long hill so I would think thats what they are.
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Forum: Suggestions
Disruption probably over. Please check
simon3 15 hours ago.
There have been some software changes installed starting 11:30 today, 18th Sept. It affects Irish and British summit data. Both have been updated and as the method is new there could and proba...

  
Summit Comment
Benchoona: A contender for the best panorama in Ireland.
garrettd 3 days ago.
I climbed the three summits in this area and Doughruagh as part of a two-day backpack in mid-September 2014. The weather was exceptional for the time of year and the lack of rain over quite a dry ...

  
Summit Comment
Muckish: Brilliant Experience
Aidy 4 days ago.
A few weeks ago, coming down from Carrauntoohil and Cnoc na Toinne and making my way back to Cronin's Yard, I fell in to the company of a very knowledgable Corkman - obviously a very experienced h...

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Trostan: Don't grouse- it's well worth the slog
hazyview a day ago.
Climbed this last week & loved the experience. I parked at a layby/entrance which is just SE of the Essathohan Bridge and walked along the road the 50 metres or so to the stile on the left with a ...

  
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Torc Mountain W Top: Ireland
Colin Murphy 4 days ago.
Torc West Top is unmarked by a cairn or other prominence. However it is a fairly well-defined grassy mound with great views over the lakes of Killarney and towards Torc mountain itself. On my desc...

  
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Torc Mountain: Well-defined rocky top
Colin Murphy 4 days ago.
Torc summit is well defined but unmarked by a cairn or trig pillar. The highest point is this craggy rock. Great views in all directions. It is also just a 15 minute walk to Torc West Top, which i...

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Musheramore: The Movie
CaptainVertigo 5 days ago.
Nothing quite like a short film of the mountain you intend to walk. This two minutes of material on YouTube was put together by MV's rossbeighed. It features blue skies and bright sunshine, very m...

  
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Faughil: Access, Eggs, Flags & Loads of History!!
Trailtrekker a week ago.
Faughill, stands at the northern end of the Gap of the North (or Moyry Pass) and is one of the many smaller outliers on the Ring of Gullion. Despite, itís small size, it has seen more than itís fa...

  
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The Paps East: East and West Paps
oldboots a week ago.
Climbed both Paps today, ascended East Pap first from green road just beyond north end of lake where it meets Duhallow way. Found it hard going on lower heather covered slope, but stuck with it an...

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Trostan: Pleasantly Surprised
Aidy a week ago.
I did this on a bit of a whim, having been in Belfast for work, and wan't well prepared in terms of knowing the route, or having a map with me. I had some vague recollections of a route as descri...

  
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PMG Walk 3 - Maulin, Tonduff, War Hill & Djouce Mtn Loop Walk
simoburn 5 days ago.
PMG Walk 3 - A loop walk. 3hrs 45mins - 16.70kms. Took the t walk, Length:16.7km, Climb: 844m, Area: Maulin, Dublin/Wicklow (Ireland) Maulin, Tonduff

  
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Scarr: Laragh to Glenmacnass Waterfall
gringottsgoblin a week ago.
From McCoys in Laragh follow the Wicklow Way across the Glenmacnass River up the slope of Paddock Hill hop the stile, and continue along the track untill you reach the woods on the left. After abo...


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