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Conor74
2012-05-12 18:22:18
Dogs on Carrauntoohil...
...not sure, but it is private property and not in the National Park, it's a commonage owned by 6 families and some are farmers and have sheep around the Reeks. Though mainly around Knockbrinnea and Beenkeeragh. Can't say I can recall any no dogs signs on any access, but would have thought a leash necessary anyway.
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Just follow the walk not the car!
wicklore 10 hours ago.
This hill has a wind turbine forest so there is an access tr walk, Length:2.2km, Climb: 73m, Area: Kilcullen Hill, Blackstairs Mountains (Ireland) Ki

  
Summit Comment
Donalds Carn: Just exactly where, or what, is Donald's Carn ?
Harry Goodman a day ago.
I fully concur with the comments of Peter Walker in his short summary for this hill, both in the directions given and as to the general whereabouts of the top. The highest point lies somewhere wit...

  
Summit Comment
Muldersleigh Hill: Could this be Ireland's most visited hill top?
Harry Goodman 2 days ago.
Although just over 130m in height this is a hill that could possibly lay claim to be the most visited top in Ireland. Well over 200 people climb it every Saturday between April and October and su...

Track
Short easy walk
wicklore 11 hours ago.
Little to say for this walk.15 minutes ramble to the summit walk, Length:2.3km, Climb: 68m, Area: Corballis Hill, Dublin/Wicklow (Ireland) Corballis

  
Forum: General
Two rescues in Wicklow
simon3 a day ago.
On Good Friday 18/04/14 both the Glen of Imaal Red Cross Mountain Rescue Team and the Dublin and Wicklow Mountain Rescue team having come to the assistance of a 9 year old boy who had suffered a l...

  
Summit Comment
Crockkinnagoe: Unexpected Pleasure
Aidy a day ago.
I had an unexpected chance to get out today, but I admit to being a little disappointed that due to a late start, I couldn't go for a walk taking in several big mountains in the Bluestacks. Inste...

Summit Comment
Slievegarran: Some enchanted evening...
Peter Walker 2 days ago.
Armed only with the knowledge that three very illustrious Summiteers had managed an ascent before me, I set out to discover a route to the top of Slievegarran on a glorious spring evening. A drive...

  
Summit Comment
Seefin: April Sunrise Peeping Through
ahogan 2 days ago.
Lovely morning for a quick trip to the summits of Seefin and Seefin N Top.

  
Forum: Suggestions
New feature: Lists export.
simon3 a day ago.
MountainViews is pleased to announce a quite big new addition to the "Nineteen Lists and Logs" feature. If you select "Lists & Logs" | "Nineteen Lists & Personal Log" you will now find a new "E...

Forum: General
What can I do to help?
wicklore 3 days ago.
Trailtrekker good idea to start on Lug - save some valuable time. Let me know how I can help - minding your car, setting up a refreshment stop etc. Let's widen the team!

  
Summit Comment
Stookeennalackareha: A fantastic promontory over Glanmore Lough
David-Guenot 3 days ago.
Stookeennalackareha was the last top of a five-summit circular walk which also included Knockowen, Cushnaficulla, Knockeirky and Glenkeel Top (see previous comments on this walk). Walked down Knoc...

  
Track
Scarr from Oldbridge
elarbee a day ago.
walk, Length:11.6km, Climb: 497m, Area: Scarr, Dublin/Wicklow (Ireland) Scarr


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