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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 Summary
Dromavally Mountain: Large bump on ridge surrounded by five different valleys
Collaborative entry Last edit by: simon3 2 months ago.
A southern start is at Q 614 053, where there are a number of houses and space to park by the side of the road. You will see a track behind an iron gate leading north, beside a farmhouse. A friend...

  
Forum: General
POSTPONED: MountainViews Knockmealdown Walk S
liz50 2 months ago.
Due to the adverse weather forecast for this Saturday we have reluctantly decided to postpone the Knockmealdown walk and rescedule it for Saturday 8th February.

  
Track
Swift patrol 3
swiftpatrol 2 months ago.
walk, Len: 11.0km, Climb: 361m, Area: Galty Mountains (Ireland) ||

Summit Comment
Errigal: Sacred view
mcrtchly 2 months ago.
The iconic Church of the Sacred Heart in Dunlewey, County Donegal, nestled at the foot of the county’s quartzite giant, Errigal, frosted white with recent snow and catching the dying rays of the w...

  
Track
Black Mare Gully to Carrauntoohil
bogtrotter 2 months ago.
There is an excellent description of this walk is in Jim Ryan?s guidebook Carrauntoohil & MacGillycuddy?s Reeks. ... walk, Len: 13.0km, Climb: 1047m, Area: Carrauntoohil, MacGillycuddy's Reeks (I|...

  
Summit Comment
Tower Hill: A lonely monument.
jackill 2 months ago.
This is the tower that gives this hill its name. On my visit the door to the tower was open and it was possible to climb all the way to the top on a slippery spiral stone staircase. Be aware howev...

Track
swift patrol 1
swiftpatrol 2 months ago.
walk, Len: 9.3km, Climb: 266m, Area: Galty Mountains (Ireland) ||

  
Summit Summary
Donnell's Hill: Tilting at windmills
Collaborative entry Last edit by: jackill 2 months ago.
Best access is from the forest gate at S464136 where there is plenty of room to park. Follow the track uphill towards the wind turbines. At S454139 turn left and continue to the comms masts opposi...

  
Track
swift patrol 2
swiftpatrol 2 months ago.
walk, Len: 11.2km, Climb: 690m, Area: Galtymore, Galty Mountains (Ireland) Galt...

Summit Comment
Tower Hill: Spring heeled Jack paints the town red.
jackill 2 months ago.
The Le Poer tower, overlooking Curraghmore estate, was erected in 1785 in memory of Marcus, the eldest son of George de La Poer Beresford 1st Marquess of Waterford, who died in a riding accident o...

  
Forum: General
Vote for MV's Photo of the Year 2019!
Colin Murphy 2 months ago.
Take a look at two collections of photos via the links below, which were Pictures of the Month during 2019. We request your help in choosing 2019 Pictures of the Year for International and Irish p...

  
Track
Casque du Lhéris
David-Guenot 2 months ago.
A relatively low summit for the Pyrenees, yet an imposing one with sheer cliffs on the S side. I ascended via the S gull walk, Len: 12.0km, Climb: 701m, Area: France, Occitanie () ||


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