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simon3
2012-04-30 10:01:15
re Tracks
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What ways do you want to be able to find tracks? Have you any particular method or methods in mind, perhaps something you have seen elsewhere? Other suggestions welcome.

In the meanwhile, this may help:
Take a look at this http://mountainviews.ie/motleyviews/suggestions/comment/6181/
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Forum: General
Fallaghnamara near Gearhane on Brandon Mntn
jimgraham 20 hours ago.
Having traversed Masatiompan to Gearhane last Sunday, mostly in cloud but fairly dry, I visited Fallaghnamara circa 045900 107800 on way down, as it appeared to have significant relative height, I...

  
Summit Summary
Coomataggart: One purely for the baggers.
Collaborative entry Last edit by: Colin Murphy a day ago.
Park at the start of the tarred road at W14146 71751, room for 5-6 cars.Follow the very obvious gravel track uphill, passing through one gate to the summit trig pillar of Mweelin. Pass by the pill...

  
Track
All Leinster County Tops in 24 Hours (Part I)
Trailtrekker a day ago.
Starting from the summit of Lugnaquilla at 11am, we descende walk, Length:26.8km, Climb: 666m, Area: Lugnaquilla, Dublin/Wicklow (Ireland) Lugnaquill

Track
Ballystrang
Peter Walker 2 days ago.
See the Short Summary...suffice to say that navigating to th walk, Length:2.2km, Climb: 114m, Area: Ballystrang, Donegal NW (Ireland) Ballystrang

  
Summit Comment
Lackabaun: Dull top with little to recommend
Colin Murphy a day ago.
This is an unremarkable summit in every sense. The trudge to it along the ridge that runs from SW to NE is a tedious one, uneven bog covered in heather, although the slope is very gentle. The summ...

  
Summit Comment
Coomataggart: As seen from the NE
Colin Murphy a day ago.
Coomataggart as seen from Lackbane. The hill looks quite interesting from this vantage - the actual summit is a disappointment. The high point can be seen on the far left of the curving hilltop.

Summit Summary
Beann South Top: First or last stop in the horseshoe
Collaborative entry Last edit by: Colin Murphy a day ago.
This is often either the first or last top when completing the Mullaghanattin Horseshoe. For approach along horseshoe in anti-clockwise direction, see entries for An Cnoc Riabhach, Mullaghanattin ...

  
Track
Galty Mountain Spine
strangeweaver 2 days ago.
Start off from just north of Cahirr follow Tipperary heritag walk, Length:42.6km, Climb: 1316m, Area: Slieveanard NE Top, Galty Mountains (Ireland) S

  
Summit Summary
Beann: The least inspiring top in the horseshoe?
Collaborative entry Last edit by: Colin Murphy 2 days ago.
Beann is often done as part of the Mullaghanattin Horseshoe - see comments for An Cnoc Riabach and Mullaghanattin etc for access. Approaching from Beann NE, the ascent from the col is about 90M, a...

Track
Knockshanahullion blackwater way loop
strangeweaver 3 days ago.
walk, Length:9.1km, Climb: 330m, Area: Knocknalougha, Knockmealdown Mountains (Ireland) Knocknalougha, Knockshanahullion

  
Summit Summary
Beann NE Top: In the shadow of Mullaghanattin
Collaborative entry Last edit by: Colin Murphy 2 days ago.
Usually completed as part of the Mullaghanattin Horseshoe, there is a steepish approach of about 100m ascent from the col between this and its more famous neighbour. The terrain is grass and rock ...

  
Forum: General
The world's scariest walkway?
mcrtchly 5 days ago.
El Caminito de Rey (The King's little walkway) runs for over three kilometres some 100 metres above the Guadalhorce River in the Desfiladero del los Gaitanes gorge near the village of El Chorro, a...


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