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Carolyn105
Carolyn105 21 hours ago.
Hike on

  
Summit Comment
Nowen Hill SW Top: Sometimes the pain is worth the gain.
chelman7 a day ago.
Itís not the most pleasant hike from Nowen Hill to here but itís a small price to pay for a great view.

  
Summit Comment
Brockagh Mountain: Handy access to a good ridge walk
MichaelG55 a day ago.
Walked Brockagh ridge today with Tonelagee SE Top added. Parked at Glendalough and initially followed The Wicklow Way then forest tracks to a gate at T121 977. Through gate and ignored good track ...

Track
Cycle: Circuit of Carlingford Lough
Onzy a week ago.
Distance was 58k of which 4k was on a ferry - actual cycling time around 3 hours .... sometimes walking is too slow... cycle, Len: 2.8km, Climb: 197m, Area: Cooley/Gullion (Ireland) ||

  
Forum: General
Heavens Above
mcrtchly 2 days ago.
The Milky Way arches over the abandoned church in Dunlewy, Co. Donegal with the Derryveagh Mountains in the background during an exceptionally clear night sky in late September 2020. This is a com...

  
Summit Comment
An RŠth: Not as simple as the map suggests !
Fergalh 3 days ago.
Parked at the west at V 532570 there than followed a long struggle through bracken, brambles, gorse, elephant grass and holes in the ground until you get to the upper levels where the grass is sho...

Summit Comment
Croaghanmoira: Great Mountain, Simple Climb
Pepe 4 days ago.
As e2rd mentions in an earlier comment: there are many ways to climb this mountain. Driving from Glenmalure, I parked at a parking place on the RHS of the road about half a click north of Point A....

  
Track
Kirikee and Carriglineen, excellent viewpoints.
simon3 2 weeks ago.
This is a fairly short walk starting from Glenmalure Lodge and taking in Kirikee and Carriglineen. Both of these ... walk, Len: 10.1km, Climb: 478m, Area: Kirikee Mountain, Dublin/Wicklow (Irelan|...

  
Summit Comment
Cronamuck: Start of a brilliant ridge leading to the Bluestacks
gerrym 4 days ago.
Started at the Old School House in the Reelan River Valley and followed the Sli na Finne over open hillside, forest track and a quiet country lane. This was some 10km away from the summit, though ...

Forum: Suggestions
Keamconneragh
David-Guenot 4 days ago.
Just suggested new coordinates for Keamconneragh.What is obviously called Teeromoyle Tooth is the rocky outcrop at the end of the narrow ridge dropping down from Teeromoyle Mountain, which corresp...

  
Track
The Hill of Uisneach
ceadeile 2 weeks ago.
Photo of Information board located at visitor centre On 5th September 2020 I had the good luck and good sense to spe... walk, Len: 3.4km, Climb: 112m, Area: Uisneach, North Midlands (Ireland) Uisne||

  
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Coomura Mountain: Lough Reagh reflection
peter1 4 days ago.
I climbed up through the Lough Reagh Aiguilles on Sunday and spotted Coomura reflected in the still waters of Lough Reagh on the walk in.


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