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march-fixer
2012-04-23 19:01:30
Irish Times on "Peak Bagging in south"
Good Heavens, simon3 ... you had me really worried there for a moment!

I thought the heading was "Peat Bagging in south". There were flashes of fights, fisticuffs, skirmishes and turf wars flying through my mind ... just when we thought it was safe to venture out on to the mountains again!


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Seefin: Tough slog
Kennyj 11 hours ago.
Made my first solo run in the Monvullagh/Comeragh mountains today,parked at the forest entrance at S264025 crossed the road at the culvert that crosses the small stream running along the roadway ...

  
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Cragnamurragh: Easy approach from Upper Kilbane
stroel a day ago.
From Kilbane village take the gap road towards Killaloe . 200 m far from the junction with the signposts you will see a house and a tractor road on the left hand side . Only one car can be parke...

  
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Gortnessy Hill: Not much of a walk
Aidy 2 days ago.
Pleasant (not dramatic) views, but for hill walkers, barely qualifies as a walk, let alone a hill.

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Mullagh More: The Burren.
sandman 3 days ago.
Mullagh More situated on the eastern side of the Burren National Park the hill is a swirl of contorted limestone and is one of the most impressive landmarks in the Burren. The National Park has ...

  
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A circuit of the Brandon Group
mcrtchly 2 days ago.
This route covers most of the summits of the Brandon Group ( walk, Length:39.2km, Climb: 1931m, Area: Faill an tS

  
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Caha Mountains: Above Castletownbere
Onzy 5 days ago.
A route deep in the Beara Peninsula, taking in Maulin, Lack walk, Length:11.9km, Climb: 716m, Area: Maulin, Caha Mountains (Ireland) Maulin, Lackawe

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Keshcorran: The Harp of Corran
wicklore 4 days ago.
The name Keshcorran most likely means the Harp of Corran. In ancient Ireland ‘ceis’ was a harp-fastener. Corran was a Harper for the Tuatha de Danann. Legend says a woman named Deirdre was transfo...

  
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Cronamuck: Exhausting, But Worth It
Aidy 5 days ago.
Cronamuck was my third peak of this walk, having started north of Lough Eske, and already taken in Croaghbarnes and Meenanea. I am constantly amazed at the length of some of the walks undertaken ...

  
Track
The Galtees Challenge
Jim Holmes 6 days ago.
This is the Galtees Challenge as hosted by the Galtee Walkin walk, Length:30.2km, Climb: 1648m, Area: Slieveanard NE Top, Galty Mountains (Ireland) S

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Meenanea: The Energising Effect Of Great Views
Aidy 5 days ago.
I visited Meenanea as the middle peak in, what was by my standards, a long, difficult walk from an unnamed road north of Lough Eske, over Croaghbarnes, and after Meenanea, to Cronamuck. By the ti...

  
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Cruach an Bhearnais: A Wild Landscape
Aidy 5 days ago.
Recently I've been trying to get to all the summits in the central Bluestacks, which are usually difficult to reach, being far from roads, and behind other mountains. On Sunday, I targeted Croagh...

  
Track
Slieve Beg and Cove
CaptainVertigo a week ago.
Hillwalking is unpredictable. High hopes can be dashed when walk, Length:14.0km, Climb: 716m, Area: Slieve Beg, Mourne Mountains (Ireland) Slieve Be


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