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Alex92
2008-07-04 23:41:50
"These things take time"
Man, it's been a while since I've been on this site! Growing up is an odd experience. Suddenly one is plunged into a world where everything seems to be a frantic rush, where ones time is taken up by "more important" things like exams and coursework. Thankfully one gets a brief rest from that world and is now able to spend valuable time in the place he treasures most, a place where time seems to slow, a place apart. I'll stop the whining before I start to sound like Morrissey!

Anyway, I'm now back with the Mourne Youth Rangers and will be for the whole summer. There is nothing more rewarding than to feel that you are contributing somewhat to the conservation of such a special place. I'll definitely continue my volunteering in the the future.

And if anyone happens to be in Silent Valley anytime soon, be sure to check out the new nature trail which we, the Youth Rangers completely cleared in the earliest stages of the programme. Basically, we created a way for a new path to be made through a massive collection of dense... well there isn't even a word to describe it! Basically a tangled mess of trees, vines, nettles, gorse and who knows what else. The new nature trail runs from the carpark alongside the river, to a bridge that connects it with the original trail and brings you back in a circular route. There's even an elevated boardwalk on the new trail aswell! It's very impressive, considering what it used to look like!
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Knocknadobar: Great views
Wilderness 4 hours ago.
You can park your car on the west side of Knocknadobar either at Coonanna Harbour or the Pilgrims car park. I started my climb up Knocknadobar North Top from the harbour. The beginning of the clim...

  
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Croagh Patrick: Cold climb
Wilderness 4 hours ago.
I was wary of the dark hail clouds that kept hitting the mountain. Some of them looked thundery. Fortunately there was no lightning and a'lot of people about. When the clouds moved away the views ...

  
Track
Seefin SE Top from the South
peter1 10 hours ago.
This is a short route to take in the SE Top as I had missed it out on previous trips. It's not too difficult to find ... walk, Len: 6.1km, Climb: 261m, Area: Seefin South-East Top, Ballyhoura Mountai

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Gaugin Mountain: Clear morning
Wilderness 5 hours ago.
We started our climb up this mountain from the minor forest road (south of Gaugins summit). At the top we got one of the most clearest days I've ever seen. We could see all across Ulster: Cuilcagh...

  
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Snowdon - Yr Wyddfa: Romance and Reality
CaptainVertigo a day ago.
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Knocknacusha: Nice end to a day out.
muddyboots 3 days ago.
Similar to the other contributors, this is not a single summit day out. I did it after Colly. It's an hour or so with a coffee break. Start at the Ballaghasheen pass (spectacular drive in & out) a...

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Keeper Hill from Silvermines (Knockanroe Carpark)
caseyc481 4 days ago.
Wanted to climb Keeper Hill from the Silvermines side. Parked at Knockanroe carpark, walking downhill on fire road unt... walk, Len: 14.9km, Climb: 763m, Area: Keeper Hill, Shannon (Ireland) Keeper H

  
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HoschIchenheim
HoschIchenheim 2 days ago.
I'm a Hillwalker from the South-West of Germany near the French town of Strasbourg. I'm mainly walking in the Alps, Vosges and Black Forest mountains. So far on two occasions I have been to Kerry,...

  
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Feeling Blue
mcrtchly 2 days ago.
This is one of the most famous mountain views in Norway of the fishing village of Hamn°y, Lofoten islands with Fellshelltinden mountain (428m) in the background. The rust red cottages are old fish...

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Meenteog South-East Top: Really...when is a mountain a mountain
muddyboots 3 days ago.
I am sure like many of you, especially simoburn, that the addition of the Arderin Begs while technically needed, added loads more summits to climb. This one is, well, a real hard sell. I was tryin...

  
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Colly: Double entendre?
muddyboots 3 days ago.
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Shehy More: Try a new approach
muddyboots 3 days ago.
A nice 2 hour 7.5km loop including Shehy More and Loch na mBreac Dearg. The loop starts at W13435 60417 (room 2 cars) and follows a farm track up onto Shehy More. Also for those including Shehy Be...


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