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Dessie1
2012-04-30 12:22:19
re: Tracks
Context of comment:I was wondering if there was a search facility and have subsequently found one!Thanks Simon


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Forum: General
Good luck on Scavvy
simon3 11 hours ago.
I haven't been walking much this year because of a sore foot ("plantar fasciitis"). Hope everyone enjoys themselves.

  
Summit Comment
Eskatarriff: More to Savour than you might Think
CaptainVertigo 14 hours ago.
There is a tendency to see Eskatarriff as comprising solely its less than spectacular summit (certainly less striking than the smaller adjacent East Top). In fact we need to remember that Eskatarr...

  
Summit Comment
Coomacloghane: Looking Over Glenbeg Lough
CaptainVertigo a day ago.
There is a noticeable drop off Coomacloghane to its western col. Its a drop from 599m to about 500m with a rise then to 584m to get back on the circuit. As you make this journey you see Lackawee ...

Summit Summary
Coomacloghane: Tooth
Collaborative entry Last edit by: CaptainVertigo a day ago.
Coomacloghane is rightly regarded as Tooth's sister. They are cut from the same cloth: exposed rock bands tilting upwards. Both summit plateaus are strewn with slabs akimbo. Both have unparalleled...

  
Forum: General
Missing track Blackstairs Mtn to Scullogue Ga
maddeb 15 hours ago.
I would be delighted if someone can clear up my problem as below. The last bit of the path down from Blackstairs Mountain to Scullogue Gap seems to have disappeared since I visited in May last. (...

  
Summit Comment
Tooth Mountain: Viewing Iveragh
CaptainVertigo a day ago.
A major bonus on the summit of Tooth Mountain is the view over Ardgroom Harbour towards Iveragh. It's great to walk along a broad ridge over the sea (Kenmare River) and to see the mountains in the...

Summit Summary
Tooth Mountain: Massive Molar Grind Pays Off
Collaborative entry Last edit by: CaptainVertigo a day ago.
Tooth Mountain is generally seen as an entrance or exit summit of the celebrated Cumeengeera Horseshoe, part of the Caha range on Kerry's Beara Peninsula. It comprises a huge dome of mostly expo...

  
Summit Comment
Tooth Mountain: Beautifully Positioned
CaptainVertigo 2 days ago.
The photo shows the route I took up Tooth Mountain from the carpark in The Pocket of Cumeengeera ( V75426 55335). I'm now convinced that simon3's Track 2225 makes much more sense, as it allows fo...

  
Forum: General
Bon Voyage Mes Scavvies
CaptainVertigo 18 hours ago.
I wish you all well on Scavvy 11. I'm afraid I have used up my hillwalking allowance for the time being and cannot be there. I particularly miss seeing faces old and new. Have a safe and satisfyin...

Summit Comment
Ouley Hill: Not quite touching the void...
Peter Walker 2 days ago.
Here's another one for the 'what constitutes an ascent?' debate. The newly appointed Binnion of Ouley Hill is one of the nearest MV tops to our house, and was thus ideal for a quick Sunday late a...

  
Summit Summary
Castlemahon Mountain: A Strangford Lough balcony...
Collaborative entry Last edit by: Peter Walker 2 days ago.
Castlemahon Mountain is the most significant eminence in the rolling County Down countryside to the south of Strangford Lough. Despite being tree-shagged and transmitter-crowned it is a relatively...

  
Track
Slieveboy
Peter Walker 3 days ago.
Park carefully (it's tricky not to cause an obstruction) the walk, Length:1.6km, Climb: 66m, Area: Sperrin Mountains (Ireland)


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