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2011-09-05 10:40:31
Chimney Rock Mountain (Slieve Aoire)
So.... I used the well laid out track from Bloody Bridge to the Mourne Wall and then walked to the crest of the wall before turning and finding the path to the summit through the crags along the way. It was beautiful weather. I proudly showed off the views from "my" newest mountain, since, disgracefully, I've never been to the Mournes before. Coming down the steep slopes on the other side, heading for Crock Horn Stream, I ran into problems.... the access to the main road has been blocked in the age old fashion: the gorse was well over six foot tall in the places boasting proper gates. It took a good hour of scrambling to find the least painful (!) way to get through and down the final slopes only to find a brand new gate blocking our exit to the road, with new signs saying the area was "private - no access". We squeezed out through the gap between pillar and gate, and after a 200m walk down the road, we picked up the track leading to the shore and made our way back to the Bloody Bridge Carpark via the Mourne Coastal path. So, my question is: does anyone know this route? Is there an alternative access point from the Crock Horn Stream to the Road? It was such a beautiful route, I'd love to use it again, but without invading private land. Suggestions welcomed.
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An Cnoc Fada: The majesty of the Poisoned Glen in the snow
mcrtchly a day ago.
A snowy day gives a different perspective on the Poisoned Glen and Crockfadda. This photo was taken with a 500mm lens at a distance of 1.5km from the Scared Heart Church and 8km from the the Poiso...

  
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Tomies Mountain: Light on Tomies and Purple
davsheen a day ago.
Tomies and Purple in the Light from Muckross

  
Summit Comment
Derrygarriff: Free as a bird
Colin Murphy a week ago.
We were lucky to see a white tailed eagle gliding gracefully over Eirk Lough before before coming to rest on a rock, which provided the opportunity to capture a pic of the rarely seen bird of prey...

Summit Comment
Foardal: Beyond a shadow of a doubt
Colin Murphy a week ago.
The French writer Maupassant used to say he had lunch in the Eiffel Tower every day because it was the only place in Paris that he couldn't see the thing. A similar view might be taken of Foardal,...

  
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The Beara-Breifne Way Day 6
mlmoroneybb 5 days ago.
Thanks to all for making the weekends on the Beara-Breifne Way so special. We have completed 187Km in 7 Day?s walking walk, Len: 30.3km, Climb: 781m, Area: Paps/Derrynasaggart (Ireland)

  
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The Beara-Breifne Way Day5
mlmoroneybb 5 days ago.
Day 5 we set out for Ballyvourney where some of us put our cupla focail to good use. Along this trail we came across man walk, Len: 23.4km, Climb: 483m, Area: Shehy/Knockboy (Ireland)

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Enjoy your trip
BleckCra 4 days ago.
The first flurry of snow here in Armagh. A biting wind. Antenna whiskers taste the chill air and the prospect of picture postcard winter days. In no time at all, the Cairngorm Mountain Rescue will...

  
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Hillocks
BleckCra 6 days ago.
Simon. Himself is the well known to some, Bernard Hill. Less well known of course are hills to do with ants, except to some. Keep er lit though. At least some sort of discussion and of course only...

  
Summit Summary
Foardal: Simple approach from NW
Collaborative entry Last edit by: Colin Murphy a week ago.
If you want to do this in isolation, the simplest route is from the car park at V882790, and then heading SE directly up the heathery slope for 1km. The summit itself is a broad heathery mound.

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The Beara-Breifne Way Day7
mlmoroneybb 5 days ago.
On Sunday, we were not attacked by the MacCarthys of Drishane Castle but started our walk on the O?Keefe Booning Castl walk, Len: 27.7km, Climb: 362m, Area: Paps/Derrynasaggart (Ireland)

  
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The Beara-Breifne Way Day4
mlmoroneybb 5 days ago.
The Saturday trek started in the scenic village of Glengarriff. From here a short boat trip brought some of our members... walk, Len: 27.5km, Climb: 783m, Area: Shehy/Knockboy (Ireland) Foilastookeen

  
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Derrygarriff: Fine summit, easily reached.
Collaborative entry Last edit by: Colin Murphy a week ago.
There are access issues around Moll's Gap, so suggest starting at car park at V882790 and proceeding up the heathery slopes to Foardal - about 1km to the SE, before walking the 1.5km to the SW to ...


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