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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
Binn Gabhar: Bare rock and scrambles
simon3 2 months ago.
You may want to come off the ridge between Binn Gabhar (Bengower) and Ben Lettery, if you have left a car somewhere near Derryclare and have been doing the horseshoe. Below is a picture of the rid...

Forum: Suggestions
New elevation display for shared tracks.
simon3 3 weeks 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 ...

Near Glanbeg, Dunkerron Mountains (Ireland)
osullivanm 2 months ago.
walk, Len: 14.4km, Climb: 632m, Area: Glanbeg, Dunkerron Mountains (Ireland) Gl...

Summit Comment
Brandon Hill: Great conditions on a crisp, winter day.
Aidy 2 months ago.
First day on the hills of 2020, and my penultimate county high point. Lucky to get good conditions after the long drive down to Co Kilkenny.

Forum: General
ELECT to go on a hike!
liz50 2 months ago.
The MountainViews meetup walk has been rescheduled for SATURDAY 8th FEBRUARY. The walk in the Knockmealdowns will start at the Vee and follow the main Knockmealdown ridge returning via the Liam Ly...

Coomcallee, Beann na Stiocairí, An Bheann Mhór and Coomnahorna from the N70
billbaggins 2 months ago.
Parked at V63585 65197 on the N70, the Sneem to Caherdanial Road. One particular highlight of this route is the l... walk, Len: 19.0km, Climb: 1164m, Area: Esknaloughoge, Dunkerron Mountains (Ire|...

Summit Comment
Carrauntoohil: Brocken Spectre
Lauranna 2 months ago.
Brocken Spectre from Summit of Carrauntoohil in Winter Conditions

Seven MountainViews summits from Annascaul Lake
billbaggins 2 months ago.
Noticed a little track leading up towards Knockmulanane from the car park and decided to try it. I don't know... walk, Len: 15.7km, Climb: 1098m, Area: Knockmulanane, Central Dingle (Ireland)|...

Summit Comment
Knockmulanane West Top: Central Dingle views.
simon3 2 months ago.
While Knockmulanane W is nothing special to look at, views from it are great. Here is the view north towards two nearby lakes. The one to the left is Loch Thuairin Mhárta 378m while on the skyline...

Dromavally Mountain from Annascaul Lake
billbaggins 2 months ago.
Visited Dromavalley from Annascaul Lake car park on a very wet August day. Only light drizzle as I was leaving Di... walk, Len: 14.6km, Climb: 593m, Area: Dromavally Mountain, Central Dingle (Ire|...

Summit Summary
Knockmulanane West Top: Low ridge bump with good views.
Collaborative entry Last edit by: simon3 2 months ago.
Can be approached from the East after passing over Knockmulanane main top having started at Anascaul lake car park. A steep ascent up a gully at Q58312 04887 which could be slippy in wet condition...

Near Glanbeg, Dunkerron Mountains (Ireland)
simon3 2 months ago.
walk, Len: 14.1km, Climb: 723m, Area: Glanbeg, Dunkerron Mountains (Ireland) Gl...

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