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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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A Memorable Grey Corries Day
billbaggins 3 hours ago.
The Grey Corries have 4 Munros and 8 Munro Tops. This track visits 3 of the Munros and 7 of the Tops. It omits the Mu... walk, Len: 28.0km, Climb: 1763m, Area: Fort William to Loch Treig and Loch Lev

  
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Stob Coire Cath na Sine: View west along the ridge from summit
billbaggins 3 hours ago.
View west along the ridge from Stob Coire Cath na Sine

  
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Slieve Donard: Ulster’s highest – a boggy, well-trodden, rounded seaside peak.
Collaborative entry Last edit by: markmjcampion 8 hours ago.
Slieve Donard on the eastern edge of the Mournes is a peaty mound topped off by a rocky crest. The 35k Mourne Wall passes over the summit. Fine views in most directions incl. the Coolies, Sperrins...

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UCD Belfield Tour
BrianKennan 11 hours ago.
This is an easy but very interesting walk around the wooded periphery of UCD but also taking in UCD Village, Archaeology walk, Len: 7.9km, Climb: 68m, Area: Dublin (Ireland)

  
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Douglas Top: Good views from so-so top.
Colin Murphy 2 days ago.
Douglas Top doesn't have too many redeeming features, unless you count the ease with which it is bagged, but among them is the fine view to the north west of Slemish, standing in splendid isolatio...

  
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Douglas Top: Simple, rather bleak little top
Collaborative entry Last edit by: Colin Murphy 2 days ago.
There is parking for a single car at D25309 03212. Walk about 15m south back along the road and you will see a very basic style and a sign advising walkers to follow the white poles. Follow the tr...

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Agnew's Hill: Nice little climb
Colin Murphy 2 days ago.
The final top in a 4-top bagging day in Antrim Hills. This is a nice little hill with a fine aspect when viewed from the east, with a plunging slope dropping about 170m. A track (not bad but in po...

  
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Galtymore: Steep, airy and grassy highpoint of a long east-west ridge
Collaborative entry Last edit by: markmjcampion 2 days ago.
Galtymore is one of the country’s top ten highest peaks and commands wide sweeping views over much of the S midlands incl. the Ballyhouras, Knockmealdowns, Comeraghs and Mt. Leinster. It has ...

  
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Crockalough: Easy enough climb to nondescript summit.
Collaborative entry Last edit by: Colin Murphy 2 days ago.
On starting point is from D19944 23284 where you see a low white sign reading Cloch Ghlas, and there is parking for a single car. Cross the road, hop a gate and fence and proceed up the grassy slo...

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Croaghan: Straightforward trail to summit.
Collaborative entry Last edit by: Colin Murphy 2 days ago.
One starting point is from D12290 29427, where there is parking for a about 6 cars. Cross the road where you’ll see a sign for the Croaghan Way. This trail is narrow and in poor condition in ...

  
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Ben Dash: Take a dash off the track to the Ben of the same name!
Fergalh 2 days ago.
On a recent stroll along the Mid Clare Way (Map 9) i took a dash off the track at the second of two communication towers (the smaller one !) to revisit Ben Dash. There is a track to the left (as y...

  
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Caherconree: views on a clear morning
mh400nt 4 days ago.
Having been up Caherconree a few times over the last 12 months(i'm relatively new to this walking) and its 50/50 for clear views.for me, the easiest ascent is coming up via the fort, starting at 7...


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