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Mountanviews group on the Big Gun summit
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Summit Comment
An Dún Mór: Most Westerly point on mainland Ireland.
TommyV 2 weeks ago.
Dunmore head on the tip of the Dingle peninsula offers great views due to it's location. There is a car park at V31165 98175 and trail leading to the summit of the hill. As the walk is a short one...

  
Summit Comment
Slieve Aghkerane: Mist, mist and more mist!
Harry Goodman 3 weeks ago.
Climbed Corraun Hill East Top on Wed 12 Oct 2011 as part of a round that also included Corraun Hill (See my comments on Corraun Hill for first part of the route). From the broad saddle (Pt 421) we...

  
Forum: Suggestions
April 20 Quiz Answers.
simon3 a month ago.
The answers for the two quizzes are now at the end of the online version of the newsletter. Go to MountainViews.ie | New | Newsletters | April 2020(or direct to mountainviews.ie/newsletters/month/...

Summit Summary
Slieve Aghkerane: A simple straightforward route to the top
Collaborative entry Last edit by: simon3 3 weeks ago.
At F763 011 go south to L737 943. Take the good track up hill to a T junction. Leave the track and go NE up the hillside to a broad saddle (Pt 421) L761 957 and then E gently up the slope to a cai...

  
Forum: General
Covid 19 & 2KM Radiu
simon3 2 months ago.
Great question moggy40Can we assume that this 2k must be centred on a regular dwelling place.

  
Track
A training walk
simon3 a month ago.
This is a walk intended for training rather than interest. It uses the steep sides of a number of the south Wicklow ... walk, Len: 19.2km, Climb: 1755m, Area: Cloghernagh, Dublin/Wicklow (Ireland) ||

Summit Comment
Barr an Ghéaráin: May 2020 Covid 19 lockdown walk (it is within my 5km zone!)
liz50 3 weeks ago.
Brandon Peak situated on the Brandon Ridge south of the main summit offers panoramic views of Castlegregory and the Maharees. Usually included as part of the ridge walk from Brandon to the Connor ...

  
Summit Comment
An Géarán: A summer day during lockdown in Dingle
liz50 3 weeks ago.
A short but interesting ridge connecting An Gearan (Gearhane) to Brandon Peak midway along the Brandon ridge makes for a good days walking on the Dingle peninsula.

  
Forum: Suggestions
Track uploading failure
Geraldo 2 months ago.
I've just recently joined and attempted to add a few tracks I have created via Garmin and Basecamp. However the upload fails reporting no valid date in file. However when I check the file in notep...

Summit Comment
Faill na nDeamhan: Lockdown luck
liz50 3 weeks ago.
Following the Covid 19 lockdown exercise radius extension from 2 km to 5 km in early May I was lucky enough to have the Brandon ridge in my 'zone'. I accessed the ridge at Q458 066 from an ancient...

  
Track
I'm still standing
mcrtchly a month ago.
Among the must-see sites on the bucket-list of virtually every traveller to Orkney, is the Old Man of Hoy, a 137-metre s walk, Len: 8.9km, Climb: 223m, Area: Orkney Islands (Britain) ||

  
Summit Comment
Donalds Carn: There is a Cairn here somewhere...
trostanite 3 weeks ago.
I was intrigued by the name of this summit so I tried to find out a bit more. According to historical PRONI Ordnance Survey maps the site of Donald's Carn is situated at J4760 9788. I could only f...


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