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leenan
2006-04-08 22:49:32
poisoned glen question
when walking in the poisoned glen, south of errigal I came across a small stone hut built onto the side of a small lake anyone shed any light on why its there? it has a small internal chiney and whats left of a tin roof
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Summit Comment
Croaghanmoira: The best for less!
march-fixer 2 months ago.
This spectacular summit can be reached without much effort from the nearby Military Road. A good track leads straight to the top. Please note that this is a permissive path.The views from up there...

  
Summit Comment
Fananierin: The best views for least effort.
march-fixer 2 months ago.
In view of the COVID-19 warnings, this is an out of the way route that hopefully provides plenty of solitude. On a clear day it provides some of the best views to be had in Wicklow.The only point ...

  
Track
Pic de Montaut via Borne des Trois Seigneurs
David-Guenot 2 months ago.
Third ascent and third different route up the Pic de Montaut (1722m), via its N ridge, with a detour to the minor top of walk, Len: 12.3km, Climb: 827m, Area: France, Occitanie () ||

Summit Comment
Ballyteige: The trees are back
ewen 2 months ago.
The last 100m of the hill is young trees planted on old forest. You will have to negotiate piles of rotting wood, no path, spiky firs, boggy bits, trenches etc to get to the top. Great views but t...

  
Summit Comment
The Needle: Getting Needled
mcrtchly 2 months ago.
Perhaps one of Scotland's most impressive summits is situated along the Trottenish Ridge. Here gnarly basaltic cliffs soar above the heather-clad heath and bog on the Isle of Skye. The neon-green ...

  
Forum: Suggestions
New elevation display for shared tracks.
simon3 2 months ago.
When a track is displayed it can be useful to see a representation of the ascents and descents.MountainViews now includes a graph or outline of the height that a track reaches at different points ...

Summit Summary
An Mhucais: Broad ridged summit with great views.
Collaborative entry Last edit by: simon3 2 months ago.
Muckish can be tackled by two main routes, by the Miner's track ( YouTube http://youtu.be/v51Wo2a8l0w ) or from Muckish Gap. For the Miner's track, turn left off the N56 about 2km north of Creeslo...

  
Track
Brown's Hill
Peter Walker 2 months ago.
A fairly unfashionable summit even in the context of a generally unfrequented range climbed in high winds and hea... walk, Len: 7.5km, Climb: 397m, Area: Brown's Hill, Bluestack Mountains (Irelan|...

  
Summit Comment
An Mhucais: A summit postponed, but remembered
ochils_trekker 2 months ago.
I photographed the very attractive mountain of Muckish, along with its smaller neighbour Crocknalaragah, late last Summer. It was on a rare dry day of high winds and rapidly moving clouds, allowin...

Summit Summary
Kilmichael Hill: Uninspiring summit, but pleasant walk in the woods.
Collaborative entry Last edit by: Colin Murphy 2 months ago.
There is parking to be had on the roadside outside Hollyfort Church. Walk west for about 100m to T11060 64189 where you'll see a narrow gap in the hedge on the left and a track leading into some w...


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