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The Bibliography. Information for books on Irish mountains and hillwalking.
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O'Dwyer, John G Tipperary & Waterford a walking guide 2012 >>
O'Dwyer, John G Pilgrim Paths in Ireland 2013 >>
Parker, Mike Map Addict 2009 >>
Pochin Mould, Daphne Mountains of Ireland, The 1976 >>
Poucher, W. A. Journey into Ireland - Turas in Éirinn 1953 >>
Praeger, Robert Lloyd The Way That I Went 1937 >>
Raymo, Chet Climbing Brandon: Science & Faith on Ireland's Holy Mountain 2004 >>
Reilly, Eoin Causeway Coast Way with Moyle Way 2010 >>
Rothery, Sean A Long Walk South 2001 >>
Ryan, Jim Carrauntoohil and MacGillycuddy's Reeks 2006 >>
Sheehy, Maurice Walks of Discovery in the Dingle Area 1982 >>
Siggins, Lorna Everest Calling - The Irish Journey 1993 >>
Smith, Albert & Kevin Warner Ten Walks in the District of Enniskerry 2002 >>
Somers, Dermot Endurance 2005 >>
Swan, Harry Percival Highlights of the Donegal Highlands 1956 >>
Teegan, Sean Scenic Walks in Cork 1998 >>
Tees, Alan Scrambles in Ulster and Connacht 2017 >>
Tempan, Paul "Some Notes on the Names of Six Kerry Mountains" (article) 2005 >>
Tempan, Paul "Scawt Hill" (article) 2006 >>
Tempan, Paul "Two Mountain Names: Slieve Felim and Mauherslieve" (article 2006 >>
Tempan, Paul "Scotia's Glen through the Ages" (article) 2007 >>
Tempan, Paul "The Element Málainn in Place-Names" (article) 2008 >>
Tempan, Paul Review of Jim Ryan - Carrauntoohil & MacGillycuddy's Reeks: 2009 >>
Various ES2k Magazine 2000 >>
Villiers-Tuthill, Kathleen Beyond the Twelve Bens 1986 >>
Wall, Claude Mountaineering in Ireland 1930 >>
Whilde, Tony West, The (Irish Walk Guides) 1978 >>
Whittow, J. B. Geology and Scenery in Ireland 1974 >>
Wicklow County Tourism Wicklow Walking Guide, The 2000 >>
Wicklow Mountains National Park Staff Exploring Glendalough 1995 >>
 
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Cullentragh and Derrybawn
simon3 13 hours ago.
This route takes a somewhat different route to find it's way to the Derrybawn ridge. walk, Len: 16.4km, Climb: 670m, Area: Cullentragh Mountain, Wicklow (Ireland) C...

  
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Errigal: Reflection
mcrtchly 5 days ago.
Errigal rises majestically above the uncharacteristically calm Dunlewey Lough beckoning us to climb its snow covered summit the next day

  
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Slieve Rushen: Snowed under
Colin Murphy 5 days ago.
It's amazing sometimes how winter can transform an otherwise ordinary little hill into something beautiful. Slieve Rushen is a tramp through heather to a broad mound with a slightly smaller m...

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Slieve Rushen: Heather-topped hill with good views
Collaborative entry Last edit by: Colin Murphy 5 days ago.
It is possible to drive up a narrow forest road to H23164 21626, (Corneen Wind Farm) where there is parking for a few cars. This will take you to about 350m ascent, however after that, depend...

  
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If you like your Binnions served wet
eamonoc 15 hours ago.
Started this walk from Carpark at Glengesh Gap, from the start the ground was very wet and boggy and continued so ov... walk, Len: 9.0km, Climb: 463m, Area: Cruach an Bheithe, Donegal SW (Ireland) ||

  
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Annagh Island: Narrow but tricky channel to cross
Fergalh a week ago.
We approached this island at low tide on a windy day hoping that the channel was narrow enough to cross. However it is around 2/3 metres across with the Atlantic swell rushing through and wit...

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Fossy Mountain: Access update point B
moggy40 3 days ago.
The gate at point B now has a lock on it, so driving is out. Bike or walk is still an option

  
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Croughaun Hill: Well worth a visit
Collaborative entry Last edit by: simon3 a week ago.
Start at the forest entrance S36451 10191 where the is room to park 3-4 cars.Follow the forest track uphill.After coming to a gate next to a sheep fold at S37063 11231 do not go through the g...

  
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Slieve Commedagh: High, flat- topped coastal peak wirh steep approaches.
Collaborative entry Last edit by: markmjcampion a week ago.
Commedagh is the 2nd highest Mourne, a col separating it from Donard to the SE. It lies near Newcastle on the E edge of the range and has a broad, grassy top surrounded by steep, heathery app...

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Stob a'Ghlais Choire: Viewed from Stob na Bróige
billbaggins a week ago.
Stob a'Ghlais Choire from Stob na Bróige.Schiehallion on the horizon with Creise, Beinn Mhic Chasgaig and Clach Leathad also in the frame

  
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Fine route in the Centre of Fanad Peninsula
eamonoc 15 hours ago.
walk, Len: 8.3km, Climb: 461m, Area: Cnoc Colbha, Donegal North (Ireland) Cnoc ...

  
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Creag Dhubh: Stob Dearg viewed descending Creag Dubh
billbaggins a week ago.
Stob Dearg viewed descending Creag Dubh


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