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mcrtchly
2010-04-02 22:29:37
Re: GPS and Maps
Joachim.

It is difficult to recommend a GPS without knowing if you wish to display Ordnance Survey of Ireland (OSI) maps in the GPS or not. If you want to display OSI maps then the Garmin Colorado, Dakota or Oregon series will do this (plus you will have to buy the digital maps). The Satmap Active 10 can also display OSI maps. If you don't need to show an OSI map background then most recent Garmin units would be fine. I have just brought a Garmin 60CSX which has good battery life and is readable in sunlight. There are some vector maps available for Ireland which show main roads, contours and summits, one source is http://emerald-island.eu/wikka/GpsMap

For buying paper maps of Ireland on-line then these can be brought from the OSI at www.irishmaps.ie

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Summit Comment
Brandon: As holy as the Reek?
TommyV a week ago.
When people think of Irelands holy mountain, most will think of a certain peak in Mayo named after our patron saint. However Brandon may have something to say about that, with a grotto and pilgrim...

  
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Nowen Hill: Straight forward bag.
TommyV a week ago.
Straight forward out and back route on a Coilte track to the masts at the top. Make sure to take the track to the left at W13586 53096 as this is the one that leads to the summit but if you weren'...

  
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An alternative route to Shehy More
David-Guenot a week ago.
Looking for a short way to climb Shehy More but put off by the landowner's sign at the beginning of the track to the... walk, Len: 6.8km, Climb: 332m, Area: Shehy More, Shehy/Knockboy (Ireland) She||

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Mount Leinster: Joint CHP
TommyV a week ago.
Mount Leinster is a shared county high point between Carlow and Wexford. Driving along the South Leinster Way, there is an obvious car park mentioned by Peter Walker, across from the access road t...

  
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Beinn Resipol
Peter Walker a week ago.
Beinn Resipol is a splendid cone of a mountain commanding a fair length of outstanding seaboard on Scotland's wes... walk, Len: 12.2km, Climb: 856m, Area: Beinn Resipol, Sunart and Ardgour (Brita|...

  
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Geo
Geo a month ago.
June 2019, I am a walker with the Navan Trekkers club.Living in such a beautiful country one couldn't have a better pastime than hill-walking. I completed the original 100 highest summits list in ...

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Binn idir an dá Log: Maumturks Challenge part 2
TommyV a week ago.
With Binn Idir an da Log marking the highest point in the Turks range, this section is possibly the most visited in the range, and it's easy to see why. The cloud that had plagued the first sectio...

  
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Gougane Barra Loop
David-Guenot a week ago.
Rough ground all along the way except for the first 4 and the last 3km. This route includes a detour to Conigar S... walk, Len: 21.2km, Climb: 788m, Area: Foilastookeen, Shehy/Knockboy (Ireland) |...

  
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Binn Bhriocáin: Maumturks Challenge part 3
TommyV a week ago.
The third section of the Turks challeng involves climbing up from the col at Maumahoge lake and continuing North West along the range to Letterbreckaun. The views continue to be spectacular which ...

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Binn Mhór: Maumturks Challenge part 1
TommyV a week ago.
Climbed this mountain as part of the annual Maumturks Challenge organized by the NUIG Mountaineering Club. Starting at L96437 50008 on the R336, Head South West to Corcogemore. At this point the c...

  
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MOUNTAINVIEWS MEMBERS MEET SUMMER 2019
liz50 6 hours ago.
Next Mountainviews Members and friends walk will be on Saturday 17th August. Based in Killarney we will be tackling the iconic Eastern McGillycuddy Reeks ridge walk so a head for heights and a goo...

  
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Nareera + Sugarloaf
David-Guenot a week ago.
walk, Len: 11.3km, Climb: 816m, Area: Nareera South-West Top, Caha Mountains (I...


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