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Summit Comment
Brassel Mountain: Interesting view.
simon3 4 hours ago.
Brassel presents an interesting shape brought out by cloud shadow in this picture taken from Knocknagapple.Behind it is Cnoc an Chuillinn on the Reeks and in front is Crossderry.

  
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Geo
Geo 10 hours ago.
August 2020, I am a walker with the Navan Trekkers club.I completed the original 100 highest summits list in 2015, and on Monday 10th August 2020 I finished my last of the present HH on Knocknadob...

  
Summit Comment
Lettershinna Hill: Simple ascent , tremendous views, bring insect repellant.
Colin Murphy a day ago.
Parking available at at L 83197 43862. Open hillside to the east - a gentle climb over rocky/grassy terrain. A mere 95m ascent will see you at the summit, which is marked by a cairn and presents t...

Track
Burren: Ballyvaghan Woods Loop
Onzy 2 days ago.
walk, Len: 9.3km, Climb: 132m, Area: West Clare (Ireland) ||

  
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3 lists completed by 2 Mountainviewers in 1 w
liz50 a day ago.
On a perfect August day in Kerry we undertook a momentous walk encompassing both Kells mountain summits and the 2 Knocknadobars. Millsd1 completed the VL list on Kells mountain and Geo completed b...

  
Summit Comment
Garraun South Top: Great scenery, top nothing to write home about
Colin Murphy a day ago.
The summit itself is unremarkable - grassy mound with a few stones, but the surrounding views are tremendous, especially of Doughruagh.

Track
Burren: Black Head Ramble
Onzy 2 days ago.
Burren fauna ramble in the company of the entertaining and knowledgeable Shane Connolly. walk, Len: 4.3km, Climb: 253m, Area: West Clare (Ireland) ||

  
Summit Comment
Meall Cheo: Small is beautiful
Colin Murphy a day ago.
This is officially an Arderin Beg, but to be honest it is barely visible as a separate entity and the 'summit' consists of a small cairn of sorts perched precariously on the edge of a low peat hag...

  
Track
Gibbs Island
Peter Walker 2 days ago.
Strangford Lough is the largest sea inlet in these islands, bound into County Down by the long Ards Peninsula. It al... walk, Len: 1.5km, Climb: 17m, Area: Gibbs Island, Down Islands (Ireland) Gibb||

Summit Summary
Meall Cheo: Middle of a good ridge walk
Collaborative entry Last edit by: Colin Murphy a day ago.
See comments for Leenaun Far North top for an approach via Bucán.

  
Track
Near Knocknarea, Ox Mountains (Ireland)
Bunsen7 2 days ago.
walk, Len: 7.8km, Climb: 331m, Area: Knocknarea, Ox Mountains (Ireland) Knockna...

  
Summit Summary
Leenaun Hill Far North-West Top: Little ascended top with fine views
Collaborative entry Last edit by: Colin Murphy a day ago.
One approach is to bag this via Bucán. Start from the Western Way at L836 612 C and began ascending in a SE direction over grassy, fairly gentle slopes that eventually become very steep. This appr...


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