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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 (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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Saggart Hill: Masts and prehistoric tombs
hibby a few minutes ago.
This turned out to be a surprisingly pleasant walk on a sunny Sunday morning, through mixed woodland with lots of birdsong. It's a popular spot for off-road cyclists, who were all very courteous.T...

Summit Comment
Cupidstown Hill: 5 minutes walk to the top of Kildare
hibby less than an hour ago.
Some changes since our last visit to this summit 5 years ago. The landowner has installed a gate leading to the field and the trig-point marker. And he/she has very thoughtfully installed a bench ...

Forum: Suggestions
Crott Mountain, near Croagh Patrick, now demo
simon3 5 hours ago.
Following surveying it was found that Crott Mountain, shown as 500m on both OSI and EastWest maps as 500m is actually 499.7 This qualifies it only as a Carn but no longer as an Arderin.If summitee...

Forum: Suggestions
Tievummera, Sheefrys change. Needs action.
simon3 5 hours ago.
On surveying Tievummera in the Sheefrys it turned out that the trig pillar is nowhere near the highest point. It's actually some 600m further west.So we have labelled the previously named "Tievumm...

Summit Summary
Tievummera Highpoint: Undistinguished highpoint of spectacular Sheefry scarp.
Collaborative entry Last edit by: simon3 6 hours ago.
This is the highest point on the long Tievummera part of the Sheefry scarp. Be aware that the bump with the trig pillar is slightly lower than this summit and is therefore not the VL/ Arderin.The ...

Summit Summary
Tievummera Trig: Bump with trig pillar on long scarp with steep slope to the nor
Collaborative entry Last edit by: simon3 6 hours ago.
Be aware that this summit is slightly lower than Tievummera Highpoint, which is ~600m to the West. From the SE, start at L87195 67480. Use the forest roads to gain height and then go on to the ver...

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Teevenacroaghy: Misty Achill.
simon3 2 days ago.
One May day this watery view opened towards Achill over Clew Bay. To the left the twin humps of the two tops on Achillbeg Island. To the rear, Slievemore in the mist.

A visit to Tievummera via its South East spur.
simon3 2 days ago.
Starting from the Glenummera River, this route uses the forest to gain height on a forest road. The forest as of... walk, Len: 11.9km, Climb: 712m, Area: Tievummera, Sheeffry Hills (Ireland) Ti||

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Ben Creggan: Craggy summit with long descending spur to the east.
Collaborative entry Last edit by: simon3 2 days ago.
Park at L888 673 in the entrance to a Coillte forest. Cross the road and begin to ascend the long ridge on the eastern side of Ben Creggan. This is a fairly gently rising slope about 3km long...

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Dorinish More: Shapely islands in Clew Bay, Co Mayo.
simon3 2 days ago.
Dorinish More and the nearer Dorinish Beg look like a bird in this picture from Teeveenacroaghy.on the ridge east of Croagh Patrick.

Croagh Patrick's ridge to the east, visited from the south.
simon3 2 days ago.
This route starts from the Mayo Mountain rescue post, where there's parking for probably 15 vehicles. The rout... walk, Len: 9.9km, Climb: 442m, Area: Crott Mountain, Croagh Patrick (Ireland) |...

Summit Summary
Crott Mountain: Quiet Arderin Beg at the east end of the Croagh Patrick ridge.
Collaborative entry Last edit by: simon3 2 days ago.
Like all of the summits on this EW ridge it has a magnificent view of the islands of Clew Bay, the Achill to Nephin skyline and the south Mayo mountains such as Mweelrea. One start is at L 9...

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