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The Bibliography. Information for books on Irish mountains and hillwalking.
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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 LEISURE WALKS NEAR DUBLIN 2004 >>
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 >>
Madden, Gerard Sliabh Aughty Ramble. Musings on the Folklore, History, Land 2010 >>
Malone, J. B. Complete Wicklow Way, The 1988 >>
Marshall, David Best Walks in Ireland 1996 >>
McCormack, Gareth The Mountains of Ireland 2016 >>
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 >>
Mountaineering Ireland (overseen by Alan Tees & Ma Irish Peaks - A Celebration Of Ireland's Highest Mountains 2020 >>
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 >>
 
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A'Mhaighdean, Ruadh Stac Mór and Beinn Tarsuinn
billbaggins 16 hours ago.
A’Mhaighdean and Ruadh Stac Mór are two of the more remote Munros. Their summits provide some of the best views in Sc... walk, Len: 39.5km, Climb: 1748m, Area: Loch Maree to Loch Broom (Britain) A\'||

  
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Rossroe Island: Short stroll from mainland
Fergalh a day ago.
Parked at 932273 and strolled over bridge to island. Turned right and at 931273 walked up a green lane past a orange house until i reached a T junction. Here i turned right and than crossed w...

  
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Rinvyle Point: Easy stroll to the point
Fergalh a day ago.
Parked at 657638 Underneath Rinvyle Castle beside the beach. Followed track through two gates until 650641 than turn North west to the point. From here if the tide is out it is a short walk t...

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Cloghercor South: Worth a visit if passing
eamonoc 2 days ago.
Direct route up and down from R250, plenty of parking atG86210 99124, cross road to farm gate and onto open hillside for boggy trek to summit

  
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Glengesh Hill: A boogy round trip
eamonoc 2 days ago.
Done as part of a round trip from Glengesh gap, over Croaghavehy.

  
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Cullentragh and Derrybawn
simon3 2 days 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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Fossy Mountain: Access update point B
moggy40 5 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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Errigal: Reflection
mcrtchly a week 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 a week 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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If you like your Binnions served wet
eamonoc 3 days 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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Slieve Rushen: Heather-topped hill with good views
Collaborative entry Last edit by: Colin Murphy a week 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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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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