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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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Cunnigar: Short trek to summit
Fergalh a day ago.
Parked at 274896 at car park. Walked along beach after traversing a small stream, the tide was out. Go past the wooden posts in the sea and than past the gorse. The high point is obvious when...

  
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Westtown Hill: Tramore's Highest Point
DeirdreM 3 days ago.
It is still possible to walk up the driveway to the house mentioned previously and the trig is just to the left across a field. I knocked on their door and met a lovely lady and two big fine ...

  
Track
Lobawn Loop - Clockwise avoids any steep ascent! Easy stream crossing.
Bunsen7 a week ago.
walk, Len: 11.7km, Climb: 506m, Area: Lobawn, Wicklow (Ireland) Lobawn, Sugarlo...

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Knockbrinnea West Top: Eflanagan on the Knockbrinneas
eflanaga 4 days ago.
From summit of its sister peak to the East there is a short walk over rocky ground passing the side of a small spot height (unless you can be bothered going over its top) to the West Top summ...

  
Summit Summary
Knockbrinnea West Top: Larger Twin
Collaborative entry Last edit by: simon3 4 days ago.
This top is the larger of the two Knockbrinnea peaks. There are excellent views N to Castlemaine, NE to Killarney and SE into the Hag's Glen. It is best approached from the car-park at Lislei...

  
Track
Walk on tracks above Glendalough
ceadeile a week ago.
With the hills saturated and Mountaineering Ireland & NPWS appealing for hikers to stay off soft ground, options for a l walk, Len: 25.9km, Climb: 887m, Area: Wicklow (Ireland) ||

Track
Ascending the Knockbrinneas from the north.
simon3 4 days ago.
This was a surveying trip to see if Knockbrinnea was by any chance an Arderin. The most recent map from EastWe... walk, Len: 9.4km, Climb: 752m, Area: Knockbrinnea West Top, MacGillycuddy's Re|...

  
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Knockaunanattin West Top: Views, loughs and a navigational aid.
simon3 4 days ago.
As others have remarked, this is a summit littered with small lakes and gifted with huge views.In this picture the main Knockaunanattin is to the left with Stumpa Duloigh SW hidden in the clo...

  
Track
Circumnavigation of Tawny Rower
glencree a week ago.
This is a walk on the Western Way that circumnavigates Tawny Rower. By the standards of the long distance walking rou walk, Len: 11.7km, Climb: 424m, Area: Sheeffry Hills (Ireland) ||

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Knockaunanattin West Top: First step to Stumpa Duloigh
Collaborative entry Last edit by: simon3 4 days ago.
Knockaunanattin W Top lies just north of the impressive Ballaghbeama Gap and is the first eminence on an sprawling-but-entertaining ridge that culminates in Stumpa Duloigh.Starting from the G...

  
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Knockaunanattin West Top: Impressive defile start leads to airy ridgeline.
Peter Walker 4 days ago.
Given the number of visits the main top has had I find it hard to believe that the English invasion (all two of us) of Knockaunanattin W Top constituted its first MV ascent, but never mind. H...

  
Track
Near Church Mountain, Wicklow (Ireland)
glencree a week ago.
walk, Len: 11.0km, Climb: 431m, Area: Church Mountain, Wicklow (Ireland) Church...


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