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2010-10-06 10:23:38
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Summit Comment
Table Mountain West Top: Bird's eye view
Colin Murphy 2 months ago.
As I reached the summit of this top on a gorgeous September day, I could see about 5 dark birds circling above and swooping to the heather every now and then, so I assume they were birds of prey o...

  
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MountainViews Equivalent in UK?
magnumpig 2 months ago.
Hi there,I'm travelling over to Glencoe for a weekend in November and am just wondering - is there an equivalent site to mountainviews for use in the UK?It's my first climbing trip abroad, and I'd...

  
Summit Summary
Table Mountain West Top: Unremarkable top with fine views.
Collaborative entry Last edit by: Colin Murphy 2 months ago.
Usually done in conjunction with Lowbawn or Table Mt. itself, but can be completed relatively easily in isolation. parking for a few cars at a crossroads of sorts at S983 948. There is a barrier h...

Track
Croghan Hill
conormcbandon 2 months ago.
Ignore the vehicular part of this route. It's only a 2 Km up and down with 100m of ascent. After crossing the gate a... walk, Len: 2.0km, Climb: 105m, Area: Croghan Hill, North Midlands (Ireland) C||

  
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Taghart South: Only one way up
TommyMc 2 months ago.
The only practical way to access this hill is from near the locked quarry gates on the road in front of it. I attempted it across the fields and scrub to the north via the adjacent masts, and the ...

  
Track
Crotlieve
Peter Walker 2 months ago.
Room to park two, perhaps more cars at the start...although it's hard to imagine legions of walkers descending on... walk, Len: 0.9km, Climb: 134m, Area: Crotlieve Mountain, Mourne Mountains (Ire|...

Summit Summary
Devilsmother North Top: Simple top on the way to main summit.
Collaborative entry Last edit by: Geo 2 months ago.
The most direct approach is to park at small lay-by (1-2 cars) at L91270 65070 and proceed directly up steep slope in SE direction. Terrain is short grass mostly, and was solid underfoot in late M...


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