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Dont know if this has anything to do with the outage yesterday but the overview map is not working. Anybody else with this problem?
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Summit Comment
Reenearagh: Blue skies and showers scudding across the shining sea.
ciarraioch 4 hours ago.
Our small country with its fractal coastline and hillscapes constantly throws up unexpected delights. On the wet August holiday weekend of 2015, we parked at V49323 61565 shown as 'slipway' on the...

  
Summit Summary
Moylemore (Owey Island): Go and enjoy this excellent Binnion.
Collaborative entry Last edit by: Harry Goodman 7 hours ago.
Unless you have independent means you can arrange the short sea crossing to Owey Island with Dan Betty Gallagher who operates a summer sea taxi service Tel. 0866013893. From the landing stage foll...

  
Summit Comment
Moylemore (Owey Island): Possibly the highest point on the hill !.
Harry Goodman 8 hours ago.
This photograph shows the large erratic on the summit area of Moylemore and which visually, at least, appears to mark the highest point on the hill. The small pile of stones on the right was neede...

Summit Comment
Moylemore (Owey Island): Well worth visting.
Harry Goodman 8 hours ago.
Moylemore is a very worthy Binnion. After a short crossing by boat from Cruit Island (1 August 2015) I followed a well made track up from the landing stage to the village, a small group of new and...

  
Summit Comment
Carrignagunneen: Enjoyable Loop.
sandman 13 hours ago.
Starting the walk at the forest entrance adjacent to Annalecka Bridge ignore the junctions to the right and continue to O0474303139 turn right this will allow for easy access thru the trees to the...

  
Track
Croagh Patrick
caiomhin a day ago.
walk, Len: 7.2km, Climb: 710m, Area: Croagh Patrick East Top, Croagh Patrick (I...

Summit Comment
Minaun: A Top For A Lazy Day
Aidy a day ago.
We were having a week on Achill, and I'd used up my hill walking pass doing Slievemore and Croaghuan the previous day. However because its possible to drive most of the way up Minaun to the masts,...

  
Track
Knocknarea
caiomhin a day ago.
walk, Len: 3.0km, Climb: 193m, Area: Knocknarea, Ox Mountains (Ireland) Knockna...

  
Summit Comment
Croaghaun: Breathtaking Views
Aidy a day ago.
Approached from Croaghaun SW Top having come up from Keem Beach. Despite good views on the way up, thick cloud had rolled in from the north and the short walk over from the SW Top was done in almo...

Track
Mourne Seven Sevens
Peter Walker a day ago.
Seven Seveners on the summit slopes of Donard2015's running of the annual Mourne Seven Sevens challenge walk (ver... walk, Len: 31.1km, Climb: 2682m, Area: Slieve Donard, Mourne Mountains (Irelan

  
Summit Comment
Croaghaun SW Top: Easily Done With Croaghaun
Aidy a day ago.
Having done Slievemore in the morning, I set off from the beach car park at Keem for Croaghaun SW Top on the way to Croaghaun. I went north west straight for the top, as having been up Slievemore ...

  
Track
MWEELREA LOOP
David-Guenot 2 days ago.
Start and end at Delphi Adventure Resort. We followed the main road to the N and turned left into an alley which we r... walk, Len: 18.8km, Climb: 1364m, Area: Ben Lugmore East Top, Mweelrea Mountain


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