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Summit Comment
Balbane Hill: A great wee mountain well worth a visit
MichaelG55 2 days ago.
Climbed Balbane Hill today as part of a circular walk including Croaghacullin, Mulnanaff and Crocknapeast. Parked at G701 811 where there is space for 2 cars. The views from the summit of Balbane ...

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Maol na nDamh: Alternative access point
MichaelG55 2 days ago.
With a windfarm,6 turbines, now built between Mulnanaff and Balbane Hill access to Mulnanaff is much easier now. Parking available at forestry gate at G701 811 and a easy walk in.

Forum: General
Conigar SW Top - New Arderin Beg
Onzy 3 days ago.
New Arderin Beg ... following advice from David Guenot and my visit this weekend, we have concluded that Conigar Sw Top meets the map based criteria for inclusion in the Arderin Beg list. Accordin...

Omey Island Ramble
simoburn 22 hours ago.
A ramble around Omey Island. On low tide you can walk out and explore. Don't forget the tide times though ;) walk, Len: 8.4km, Climb: 96m, Area: Gooreen, Galway Islands (Ireland) Gooreen||

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Croaghacullin: Definitely one for the peak bagger.
MichaelG55 2 days ago.
Parked at G701 811 at a forestry gate, parking space for 2 vehicles and walked to G6981 8142 as per track details. Turned left and ascended eventually to summit from col. Ground conditions were so...

Kilnamanagh Hill Loop Walk
simoburn a day ago.
A nice explore and ramble around Kilnamanagh Hill follwoing mostly tracks and trails. A short section was through... walk, Len: 9.5km, Climb: 303m, Area: Kilnamanagh Hill, Dublin/Wicklow (Ireland|...

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Sliabh Tuaidh: New Track to near summit
MichaelG55 4 days ago.
8th July 2020 Followed Colin Murphy's suggestion and parked at G641891 where there is ample parking space. Walked up paved track G639887 as suggested but at second bungalow noticed a tracked machi...

Forum: Suggestions
Uisneach Hill
Fergalh a month ago.
An addition to the historical HillsUsineach (Cnoc Uisnigh) is situated near the hamlet of Kilare in County Westmeath and is steeped in history, It is the burial site of the Earth Goddess Ériu & th...

Carrick Mountain Loop Walk
simoburn a day ago.
A network of trails and forest track. Following the rocky outcrops along the summit ridge to the summit will requ... walk, Len: 11.0km, Climb: 371m, Area: Carrick Mountain, Dublin/Wicklow (Irelan|...

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Knockastakeen: A circuit of Lough Muskry
peter1 6 days ago.
Despite gale force winds and occasional driving rain, I had a really enjoyable high level walk around Lough Muskry. Starting from the trail head near the water works, as mentioned by others, I too...

Knockmealdown Loop Walk from the "V"
simoburn a day ago.
Knockmealdown loop walk from the "V". A nice route, with great views. Note once you leave the forest trails to walk, Len: 11.7km, Climb: 831m, Area: Knockmoylan, Knockmealdown Mountains (Ir|...

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Gregory Hill: Low hill to the west of Letterkenny.
simon3 a week ago.
This hill is around 7km west of Letterkenny. Unless someone knows a better way up, I think it is strictly for list tickers. Ticks, ah yes we'll come to that.There may be other ways up via the fore...

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