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The Bibliography. Information for books on Irish mountains and hillwalking.
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Gribbon, Kieron The Gribbons - a complete list of Ireland's major geographic 2015 >>
Gribbon, Kieron Ireland's County Highpoints - A Walking Guide 2012 >>
Hanna, Steven The Mourne Mountains 10 Leisure Walks of Discovery 2009 >>
Harbison, Peter & Joss Lynam St Kevins Way, ( Hollywood to Glendalough Co Wicklow ) 2002 >>
Harding JM Discovering Irish Butterflies and Their Habitats 2009 >>
Harding, Mike Footloose in the West of Ireland 1996 >>
Hart, H. C. Climbing in the British Isles: Ireland 1895 >>
Hemmleb, Jochem Ghosts of Everest Octo >>
Hendroff, Adrian The Dingle, Iveagh & Beara Peninsulas - A Walking Guide 2011 >>
Hendroff, Adrian From High Places 2010 >>
Hendroff, Adrian Donegal, Sligo & Leitrim: A Walking Guide 2012 >>
Hendroff, Adrian The Dingle Peninsula, A Walking Guide 2015 >>
Herman, Boydell, Casey, Kennedy Irish Walk Guides: East 1979 >>
Herman, David Hill Walkers Connemara and Mayo 1996 >>
Herman, David Hill Walkers Kerry 1997 >>
Herman, David Hill Walkers South Kerry & West Cork 1999 >>
Herman, David Hill Walkers Wicklow 1989 >>
Herman, David Hill Strollers Wicklow 1990 >>
Herman, David This Way Up! 1997 >>
Herman, David Hill Walkers Donegal 1995 >>
Herman, David Walker's Companion Ireland 1995 >>
Herman, David Hill Walkers Wicklow 1993 >>
Herman, David Access to the Irish Countryside 2003 >>
Higgisson, SeŠn Hillwalker's Guide to Mangerton 1996 >>
Higgisson, SeŠn Hillwalker's Guide to Carrauntoohil and Macgillycuddy's Reek 1999 >>
Higgisson, SeŠn Hillwalker's Guide to County Cork 199? >>
Hogan, Dave Walking in Connemara 1996 >>
Hogg, Gary Turf Beneath My Feet 1950 >>
Joyce, P. W. Irish Local Names Explained 1923 >>
Keane, Barry Beara, Sheep's Head & Mizen Peninsulas, The 1998 >>
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Lyracappul: From the west
jackill 15 hours ago.
Pat crossing a snow drift on the top of Lyracappul in March 2004- started at woods carpark R819 185 on to Temple Hill (where we met the Bishopstown Hillwalking Club- hello to all) then Lyraca...

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Monabrack: A real sting in the tail.
Harry Goodman 15 hours ago.
Climbed Monabrack on 10 10 10 as the fifth and final top of a circuit that also included Temple Hill, Knockaterrif Beg, Lyracappul and Carrignabinnia (For previous part of the route see my co...

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Lyracappul: Lyracappul from the south
Declan Foley 16 hours ago.
Climbed it on Saturday, May 8, 2004, a beautiful sunny day with little or no wind. Started from the end of the boreen (turn left off the main Cork - Dublin road just after Kilbeheny - look ou...

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Monabrack: From the South
jackill 16 hours ago.
Going up the col towards Carrignabinnia looking back at Monabrack (Lyracappul SE Top).Taken as part of a horse shoe starting at Grid Ref: R 862 208, up the track to the Mobile home - then fol...

Lake District: Hartsop Round
Onzy 5 days ago.
Round above Hartsop, taking in 4 Wainwrights: Middle Dodd, Red Screes, Little Hart Crag and High Hartsop Dodd.Ver... walk, Len: 12.6km, Climb: 796m, Area: Middle Dodd, Lake District - Eastern Fel|...

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Lugnaquilla: A bulky mountain with many routes and long range views but hazards
Collaborative entry Last edit by: markmjcampion 17 hours ago.
Lug as it is popularly known is Ireland's highest summit outside Kerry. The large summit cairn and trig pillar sit on a fairly flat dryish top with views better distant than near (mainly of t...

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Beakeen: Follow wall all the way
Fergalh a day ago.
Park on road at top of hill on small layby 767612. Cross gate and follow the wall in a westerly direction to the field end. The cairn on top of hill is visible most of the way. Cross fence an...

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Carrauntoohil: Irelandís highest Ė a steep-sided rocky cone in the western Reeks
Collaborative entry Last edit by: markmjcampion 2 days ago.
Carrauntoohil when tackled by the recommended routes on a fine day is not the hardest or most dangerous hike. However, in bad weather itís not always easy to find the routes as they are unmar...

Nore Valley Walk - Bennettsbridge to Kilkenny Castle
markwallace 3 days ago.
Local Link includes a handy service from the car park at Padmore & Barnes in Kilkenny city to the village of Bennettsbri walk, Len: 10.5km, Climb: 97m, Area: South East Midlands (Ireland) ||

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Brandon Peak: A pointed summit on a grassy, well-defined ridge with extensive vi
Collaborative entry Last edit by: markmjcampion 2 days ago.
Brandon Peak is a spectacularly placed peak along the Brandon ridge. Itís surrounded by v steep ground on a 180 degree Eastern sweep so take care in bad weather. Grand views of nearby hills f...

Lake District: Raven Crag
Onzy 5 days ago.
walk, Len: 5.4km, Climb: 327m, Area: Raven Crag, Lake District - Central & West...

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Purple Mountain: The highpoint of a small massif with stunning views and a jewel
Collaborative entry Last edit by: markmjcampion 3 days ago.
Purple Mt. is named for the colour of the rocks that adorn the W face which itself overlooks the Gap of Dunloe. On this side there is some fairly steep ground so be careful when navigating of...

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