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2013-08-22 07:37:45
Blackstairs Mountain or Mt. Leinster?
Will be in Wexford this weekend.

Will have a 2 hour window of opportunity to slip away and bag a summit. Sadly this won't leave me with enough time to do both. Presume Mt. Leinster is the more obvious one, county high, highest in range etc. On the other hand, there are some with those honours, like Knockboy in Cork, where I would tell someone to avoid cos its just a slog in a bog and pck a more attractive one nearby.

So, any recommendations?
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Summit Comment
Inishcoole: When the tide's out, it's a lovely amble
GoldCircle 2 months ago.
This small island is in a tidal estuary and is comfortably accessible with dry feet at low tide - a mere 5 minute stroll. A vast expanse of golden sand opens up at low water and the highlight of t...

Summit Comment
Cnoc na Sleá: Melmore Head Loop Walk
ucampbell 2 months ago.
I confess I didn't make it to the Summit. I did a 10km walk around Melmore Head from the Hostel carpark. I walked along the road and beaches up to Melmore then climbed up and around the headland t...

Sybil Head and the Three Sisters
peter1 2 months ago.
This is a really good walk with superb views of the Atlantic Ocean to the West and Smerwick Harbour to the East.View... walk, Len: 12.3km, Climb: 243m, Area: Ceann Sib?al, Dingle West (Ireland) Cea||

Summit Comment
Tory Island: Good walking around the Cliffs on Tory, a bonus to see the Puffins.
ucampbell 2 months ago.
Well worth while for a good days walking.

Summit Comment
Knocknadobar: Lovely day
josvanderlinden 2 months ago.
Started from the parking at Pilgrims path, easy to find from reading the other comments. Make sure to check the weatherforecast, the views are superb along the way to the summit. It took us 4,5 ho...

Nice easy few hours in the North West Mournes
mcderto 2 months ago.
walk, Len: 11.1km, Climb: 460m, Area: Mourne Mountains (Ireland) ||

Summit Comment
Scattery Island: Historic Island
TommyV 2 months ago.
Located in the mouth of the river Shannon, Scattery Island packs a punch for it's small size. Included in the ferry price is a guided tour of the monastic sites on the island. Afterwards you will ...

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Brides Hill: An easy bag if doing the headland walk
csd 2 months ago.
The most interesting approach to Bride's Hill is from the coastal walk, beginning at the public car park beside the golf course as outlined in the comments to simon3's GPS track. There is a proper...

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