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Burren: Masochists will enjoy
chelman7 a few minutes ago.
Had to do as it was in my local 100 list, but wouldn't recommend unless you enjoy chest high heather and prickly furze. My dog disappeared completely in the undergrowth. Still, nice view from the ...

Some Comeraghs...
Peter Walker 4 hours ago.
For this little day-off summiteering shlep I stood on the shoulders of a relative giant, namely the great CaptainVert... walk, Len: 25.0km, Climb: 1047m, Area: Knockaunapeebra, Comeragh Mountains (Ir

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Gortamullin: Kenmare's local hill
Bernieor 4 hours ago.
Starting from a lane a short distance out the Sneem road, Gortamullin is an ideal short walk if you're based in the Kenmare area. Well placed and visible Kerry Way signposts mean that your GPS wil...

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Slievenaglogh: Walls prove an excellent navigation aid.
Collaborative entry Last edit by: Colin Murphy 6 hours ago.
Simplest place to start is the Bann's Road Car Park, which can accommodate about 8 cars. Follow the Banns Road (which is really just a decent stoney track) north for about 1.5km until you reach a ...

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Wee Binnian: A wee gem.
Colin Murphy 7 hours ago.
Followed CSD's route from the south as far as J32350 22011 but then continued a little north to another track that took us almost all the way to the summit. It may not be the highest of hills, but...

Wind farm gravel roads to Sliabh Callan
gaoithe 23 hours ago.
walk, Len: 5.2km, Climb: 199m, Area: Slievecallan, West Clare (Ireland) Slievec...

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Slievecallan: Sliabh Callan through wind farm
gaoithe 23 hours ago.
Into wind farm on gravel tracks (around locked gates) to visit Sliabh Callan. Same route as others but can go all the way to the top on gravel tracks now.Start, from The Hand crossroads West uphil...

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Croaghanmoira: Amazing views!
MarkHetherington 2 days ago.
Easy enough climb, apart from the incessant midges and other flying creatures - Bring bug spray! Very windy at the top, so didn't stay too long. Will be up there again to catch a sunset.

Slievegower and Slieveboy Loop Walk
simoburn 2 days ago.
Slievegower and Slieveboy Loop WalkSlieveboy has 4 different loop walks which are all marked ways. None of the marke... walk, Len: 18.5km, Climb: 505m, Area: Slieveboy, North Wexford (Ireland) Slie||

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reidyden 3 days ago.
Hillwalking since 70s. Climbed all the world, Himalaya, Andes, Urals, Atlas.Main competitive sport Orienteering. 12 World Military Championships.

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Uisneach: Located on working farm but access usually possible on guided tour
ceadeile 2 days ago.
The historic Hill of Uisneach is located on a privately owned working farm off the R390 between Loughnavalley and Killare. Unauthorised access is NOT allowed because of the risks due to farm machi...

Omey Island Ramble
simoburn 4 days 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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