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Dont know if this has anything to do with the outage yesterday but the overview map is not working. Anybody else with this problem?
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Summit Comment
Knocknaskagh: Devastation
Colorado a month ago.
Knocknaskagh has been bulldozed from logging, making it look like a war zone. The positive is that it opens up the view. For such an easy, short trek to the top, I was surprised to see a marker wi...

  
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Le Tourroc
David-Guenot 2 weeks ago.
Despite its modest size by Pyrenean standards, Le Tourroc is a spectacular summit with sheer cliffs on its S face, offer walk, Len: 14.0km, Climb: 1044m, Area: France, Occitanie () ||

  
Forum: General
Irish Mountain Gathering 2020
Onzy 2 weeks ago.
About this time of year we begin to collate our awards list - this is the list of those who have completed various MV mountain lists who we present with their awards at the Gathering. We individua...

Summit Summary
An Buaicín: Mighty views
Collaborative entry Last edit by: aidand a month ago.
Park at Brandon Point, cross the stile and head up hill. Pass by the an old coast-watchers hut and continue uphill to the summit. Wonderful views out over the sea. Very popular with bird-watchers....

  
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Mourne Wall Walk on the Winter Solstice
Peter Walker 3 weeks ago.
The jarring descent to Wee BinnianIn my fevered imagination this was the most contrived-but-still-logical itinera... walk, Len: 32.4km, Climb: 2679m, Area: Slieve Binnian, Mourne Mountains (Irela|...

  
Summit Comment
Sgurr an Fheadain: Fairy Mountain
mcrtchly a month ago.
Near the village of Carbost, on the Isle of Skye, the River Brittle, fed by a number of tributaries including Allt Coir' a' Mhadaidh, begins its journey in a glacial corrie (Coire na Creiche) site...

Forum: Suggestions
OpenTopoMap layer...
Peter Walker 2 months ago.
Hi folksIf you are experiencing issues using the mapping on the site, please select something other than OpenTopoMap for the time being; it's experiencing performance issues that are beyond the co...

  
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Annalong Round / Mourne Inner Horseshoe
Peter Walker 3 weeks ago.
This is one of the very finest day?s hillwalking in the Mournes, with a great deal of variety.A steady pull up Bi... walk, Len: 19.1km, Climb: 1232m, Area: Slieve Binnian, Mourne Mountains (Irela|...

  
Summit Comment
Cuilcagh: Route from South
donieg a month ago.
Climbed Benbeg and Cuilcagh yesterday 29.04.2008. Weather was fine with very good visability, this is an ideal medium effort walk for walkers who have about 3.5 -4hrs to spare. I parked my vehicle...

Forum: General
MOUNTAINVIEWS MEMBERS MEET JANUARY 2020
liz50 3 weeks ago.
If you feel the need to get out and about on the mountains of Ireland after the excesses of Christmas and New Year, why not join us on the next Mountainviews meetup walk. Scheduled for Saturday 11...

  
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Pico Viejo
GSheehy 3 weeks ago.
If peeking into volcanic craters at 3,000m is your thing, then this is pretty accessible. Pico Viejo CraterThe 'Teid walk, Len: 16.9km, Climb: 1294m, Area: Spain, Canary Islands () ||

  
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Loughsalt Mountain: A popular attraction for quite a long time
ceadeile a month ago.
Thomas Wright (1711 – 1786) the noted English astronomer, mathematician, instrument maker, architect and garden designer was the first to describe the shape of the Milky Way and to speculate that ...


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