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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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Character building tale of Croaghconnellagh in the rain.
simon3 2 months ago.
Don't even think of crossing the Lowerymore.There are various routes published on MV for reaching Croaghconnelagh... walk, Len: 5.5km, Climb: 303m, Area: Croaghconnellagh, Bluestack Mountains (Ir|...

  
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Croaghconnellagh: Rough summit with steep sides and subject to rising water haza
Collaborative entry Last edit by: simon3 2 months ago.
Croaghconnellagh has rough wild summit area with numerous false tops and as of 2019 several cairns. Croaghconnellagh isn't the easiest summit to reach even though the N15 runs close to it. The dir...

  
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Aghla Mountain: A fine outlier of the Bluestacks.
Collaborative entry Last edit by: simon3 2 months ago.
Aghla mountain only just misses Vandeleur-Lynam status by 7 metres and has fine qualities such as a cliffy side facing Lough Finn and a characterful summit area.. Aghla could also be included in a...

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The Bluestacks Aghlas on a wet day.
simon3 2 months ago.
The Bluestacks Aghlas can be reached as others have shown from a road leaving the R250 at the SW end of Lough Fin... walk, Len: 9.0km, Climb: 495m, Area: Aghla Mountain, Bluestack Mountains (Irel|...

  
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Garinish Island: Magic
TommyV 2 months ago.
Garinish island is not so much a challenge in terms of a hike but a visit here to learn how a baron piece of rock in Bantry Bay was transformed into a garden paradise. A stroll around the small is...

  
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Mount Leinster: Private land blocks access from west
dmisstear 2 months ago.
We decided to take the route up from Rathanna Bridge at the weekend. Unfortunately, at the end of the forest track is farmland with a “Private, No Entry” sign. With no other obvious route around t...


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