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mcrtchly
2013-03-01 10:34:43
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Yes, 'hot spots' for areas have disappeared
[Note: from publisher, this has been fixed, but there may be other possibly more subtle issues after the transfer from one VPS to another and the outage]
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Feede Mountain
Peter Walker less than an hour ago.
An ascent of Feede Mountain will almost certainly be accompl walk, Length:3.7km, Climb: 146m, Area: Feede Mountain, Cooley/Gullion (Ireland) Feede Mo

  
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Knocknaskagh
caiomhin an hour ago.
walk, Length:9.0km, Climb: 0m, Area: Knocknaskagh, Nagles Mountains (Ireland) Knocknaskagh

  
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A quick way up Laghtshanaquilla
jackill 4 hours ago.
Laghtshanaquilla East Top was a VL candidate however it just walk, Length:13.1km, Climb: 560m, Area: Laghtshanaquilla, Galty Mountains (Ireland) Lagh

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Torc Mountain: On Torc again
gfmurphy101 7 hours ago.
Was up there again two days ago, stunning weather and views......is a little gem !

  
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Seefin: Tough slog
Kennyj a day 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 3 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 4 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 5 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 ...


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