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wicklore
2012-01-20 22:22:53
Annual MV/WAI event- Feb 17th
On Friday February 17th 2012 MountainViews and the Walkers Association of Ireland are proud to present our annual speaking and awards event. Titled “An Irish Mountain Gathering”, MountainViews members Simon3, Wicklore, Harry Goodman and Captain Vertigo will talk on a variety of hillwalking related topics, including Social GPS, Curiosities of the Military Road, Walking in Ulster & Irish Mountain Videos. We are delighted to be joined by our special guest Eanna Nì Lamhna, botanist, entomologist, and radio & television personality who will give a talk on Wildlife in the Uplands. Eanna is well known for her vast knowledge which she shares in an entertaining and humorous way! The night will conclude with the awarding of certificates to those who have achieved various goals in 2011 such as completing the Irish County High Points.

The event is taking place at the Landsdowne Hotel, 27/29 Pembroke Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4. http://www.lansdownehoteldublin.com. The cost of entry is €5 per person. Registration is at 7:30pm with the talks beginning at 8pm sharp. The night concludes at 10:45pm. We would like to invite MountainViews members to come along and enjoy the talks while taking the opportunity to meet fellow MountainViews members. Places are limited and we recommend pre-booking your place by emailing secretary@mountainviews.ie. You can also contact secretary@mountainviews.ie with any queries. Please spread the word. Looking forward to seeing you there!
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Forum: General
Carol Morgan wins the women's Spine Race agai
IainT 17 hours ago.
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Forum: General
When hill-walking meets (pre)history
David-Guenot a day ago.
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Summit Comment
Banagher Hill: Better road surface - easier access now
Pepe 3 days ago.
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The Ravens Rock: Crispy Morning Rock Hopping
Pepe 3 days ago.
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Knockastia: Hunting and shooting forbidden
ceadeile 3 days ago.
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Exploring Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way by David Flanagan & Richard Creagh
aidand 3 days ago.
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Nire Valley 22km loop walk through the Gap and to Crotty's and up to Fauscoum
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Slieve Bawn: Now home to a Windfarm and Recreation Area
melohara 4 days ago.
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"Werewolf? There wolf."
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Carrauntoohil: Many routes to the top...
donalhunt 5 days ago.
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Drumnalifferney North East Top
Aidy a week ago.
I did this route in winter conditions, and the views to be had around the Derryveagh Mountains, over Dunlewey, and ac... walk, Len: 8.7km, Climb: 577m, Area: Drumnalifferny North-East Top, Donegal NW

  
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Chimney Rock Mountain: Season's Greetings from up The Chimney
BleckCra a week ago.
Lang may yer lum reek.


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