MountainViews
Welcome to MountainViews
If you want to use the website often please enrol (quick and free) at top right.

The Bibliography. Information for books on Irish mountains and hillwalking.
Sort by >


More controls

John G O'Dwyer Tipperary & Waterford a walking guide 2012 >>
John G O'Dwyer Pilgrim Paths in Ireland 2013 >>
Joss Lynam LEISURE WALKS NEAR DUBLIN 2004 >>
Joyce, P. W. Irish Local Names Explained 1923 >>
Keane, Barry Beara, Sheep's Head & Mizen Peninsulas, The 1998 >>
Keane, Barry Dingle Peninsula, The 1997 >>
Keane, Barry Galtee, Knockmealdown and Comeragh Mountains, The 1998 >>
Keane, Barry Iveragh Peninsula, The 1997 >>
Keane, Barry Burren, Aran Islands and County Clare, The 1999 >>
Kirk, David The Mountains of Mourne 2002 >>
Kirwan, Richard If Maps Could Speak 2010 >>
Lehane, Brendan Wild Ireland 1995 >>
Lynam, Joss Mountains of Connemara, The 1988 >>
Lynam, Joss Easy Walks near Dubin 1999 >>
Lynam, Joss Irish Peaks 1982 >>
Lynam, Joss (ed.) Best Irish Walks 1994 >>
Lynam, Joss, Justin May & Tim Robinson The Western Way in Connemara 1997 >>
Lynch, Denis Munster's Mountains 2001 >>
MacNeill, Máire The Festival of Lughnasa 1962 >>
Malone, J. B. Complete Wicklow Way, The 1988 >>
Megarry, Jacquetta Wicklow Way, The 2003 >>
Mersey, Richard Hills of Cork & Kerry, The 1987 >>
Mitchell, Frank & others. Book of the Irish Countryside, The 1987 >>
Moriarty, Christopher Down the Dodder 1991 >>
Muhr, Kay "The mountain of Slewtrim or Bessy Bell" (article) 2007 >>
Mulholland, Harry Guide to Ireland's 3000-foot Mountains 1980 >>
Murray, John MacGillycuddy's Reeks 1990 >>
Ní Ghearraidh, Treasa Siúlóidí Acla - A Bilingual Guide to Walking in Achill 2000 >>
Nugent, Frank In Search of Peaks, Passes & Glaciers 2013 >>
Ó Súilleabháin, Seán Walk Guide: Southwest of Ireland 1978 >>
 
<< Prev page 1 2 3 4 Next page >>


RECENT CONTRIBUTIONS 1 2 3 .. 16 Next page >>
Track
Leamacrossan Hill and Crockglass
Peter Walker 11 hours ago.
These two hills are conspicuous from the point where Carndonagh-bound travellers turn inland at Quigley's Point, pro... walk, Len: 5.1km, Climb: 296m, Area: Leamacrossan Hill, Inishowen (Ireland) L||

  
Summit Comment
Doonties Commons: Ceann Mór ar Cinn Aird
omurchu 19 hours ago.
I spotted this remarkably accurate profile of a human head, etched by mother nature, while heading up to the trig pillar.

  
Summit Comment
Bunnacunneen: A short reward
TommyV 3 days ago.
I tackled Bunnacunneen from the West which is a short, steep, direct climb to the summit.There is room to park at L92734 58016 for one car. From here hop the fence and handrail the stream for the ...

Track
Circling a turquoise gem: Lago de Braies in the Dolomites.
simon3 23 hours ago.
This walk starts from the historic hotel Pragser Wildsee on the north side of the Pragser Wildsee (Lago de Braies) where walk, Len: 10.0km, Climb: 682m, Area: Italy, Trentino-Alto Adige () ||

  
Summit Comment
Clondermot Hill: Now doing B&B
m0jla 3 days ago.
20/05/2019 We followed the suggestion from jimmyread and asked permission at Walsh's farm. Mrs Walsh is now doing Air B&B.

  
Summit Comment
Slievekirk: Wind Farm completed
m0jla 3 days ago.
20/05/2019 The wind farm appears to be complete. Lots of parking space at point G (NW of summit) and a good road to follow until close to the summit.

Track
Slieve League
conormcbandon a week ago.
walk, Len: 21.0km, Climb: 783m, Area: Cnoc Ramhar, Donegal SW (Ireland) Cnoc Ra...

  
Summit Comment
Crockdooish: Barbed wire proliferates
m0jla 3 days ago.
17/05/2019 Several of the barbed wire fences have been (or are still being) replaced with higher, double strand barbed wire tops.

  
Summit Comment
Mullaghash: Well hidden Sweat House
m0jla 3 days ago.
16/05/2019 We found this much easier than expected. Parked, with permission, in the yard of the cottage by the sign to the Sweat House and followed the path to the display panel. Failed to find an...

Track
The Faha Ridge
conormcbandon a week ago.
I have been putting off the Faha Ridge for years having previously backed out in almost ideal conditions due to the ... walk, Len: 14.8km, Climb: 1138m, Area: Benagh, Brandon Group (Ireland) Benagh||

  
Summit Comment
Donald's Hill: Steep but good going
m0jla 3 days ago.
15/05/2019 We used the route from the SW. Apart from being steep it is an excellent route and gives fine views of King's Fort which we visited on descent . Delightful at bluebell time.

  
Track
Monte Piana, Battlegrounds, Via Ferrata, Difficult River crossings.
simon3 a week ago.
This will always be a memorable and very varied walk. It has views of the iconic Drei Zinnen, a spectacular rocky mounta walk, Len: 14.4km, Climb: 708m, Area: Italy, Veneto () ||


RECENT CONTRIBUTIONS 1 2 3 .. 16 Next page >>