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EDhikenbikegirl
2019-07-26 15:45:57
Hike'n bike Kerry's summits
Hi, Anyone could tell me if it is allowed (or tolerated) to climb the mountain tops of Kerry with a bike (eg Tomies and Purple Mountain.) I am aware that some peaks may be difficult to access by bike, but what interests me is if there are any restrictions on cycling.
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Summit Comment
Taghart South: Only one way up
TommyMc 4 hours ago.
The only practical way to access this hill is from near the locked quarry gates on the road in front of it. I attempted it across the fields and scrub to the north via the adjacent masts, and the ...

  
Track
Crotlieve
Peter Walker 4 hours ago.
Room to park two, perhaps more cars at the start...although it's hard to imagine legions of walkers descending on Cro... walk, Len: 0.9km, Climb: 134m, Area: Crotlieve Mountain, Mourne Mountains (Ire

  
Forum: General
UK website for mountains
Peter Walker a day ago.
I'll second peter1...walkhighlands.co.uk is very good (specifically for Scotland, unsurprisingly).I'll even forgive the person on their forums (the forums are excellent, btw) whose response to 'is...

Forum: Suggestions
Change to map layers. -Google +Bing
simon3 3 days ago.
As a result of various technical difficulties MV has moved to using Bing as a secondary map provider with global scope.You will see Bing Roads and Bing Aerial Hybrid offered as maplayers in the De...

  
Summit Comment
Birreencorragh: Shapely summit welcomes bootless buffoon
wicklore a week ago.
This is a view of the rather shapely upper slopes of Birreencorragh as viewed from the col to the south west. In particular, the photo was taken from near spot height 587 meters. From this point i...

  
Summit Comment
Devilsmother North Top: Friday 13th... Lucky for me!
Geo 5 days ago.
A crisp early morning in September.The mist shimmering over the lakelets as I drive the winding road north from my base in Roundstone.A night of fitful sleep the night before worrying through the ...

Summit Comment
Knocknascollop NW Top: The unofficial high point.
TommyV a week ago.
This route actually takes in the cairn on Knocnascallop and not the NW top which is five metres higher. My plan was to take in the NW top but after driving around it seemed that parking and access...

  
Summit Comment
Tawnaghmore: Rural Mayo
TommyV a week ago.
Followed the directions provided by Geansai. Just to mention with a bit of tidy parking it's possible to fit a car at the start of the bog road at F97993 40155. I wouldn't recommend driving any fu...

  
Track
Devilsmother ridge from N59
Geo 5 days ago.
walk, Len: 10.1km, Climb: 695m, Area: Devilsmother Far North Top, Partry/Joyce ...

Summit Comment
Maumakeogh: Wet and Boggy
TommyV a week ago.
I followed the directions provided by sandman and I would second his opinion that this one is a summit bagging exercise. Very little to recommend about this one!

  
Track
The Four Peaks Challenge
wicklore a week ago.
walk, Len: 51.5km, Climb: 5405m, Area: Dublin/Wicklow (Ireland) Lugnaquilla, Sl...

  
Summit Summary
Devilsmother North Top: Simple top on the way to main summit.
Collaborative entry Last edit by: Geo 5 days ago.
The most direct approach is to park at small lay-by (1-2 cars) at L91270 65070 and proceed directly up steep slope in SE direction. Terrain is short grass mostly, and was solid underfoot in late M...


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