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IainT
2019-11-06 19:19:35
Newsletter comments on UK hill lists
Enjoyable newsletter as usual - wish I'd known all that info about Lough Bray when I camped there back in 1993.However, if you're going to have a grumpy dig at UK hill lists (nothing wrong with that, they're an enticing target) you ought to get the facts right. e.g. Alfred not Albert Wainwright; Hewitts are nothing to do with Dave Hewitt, they are one of Alan Dawson's lists and were published by Cicerone not TAC; The TAC lists however ARE connected with Dave, although he was the publisher and wrote some historical info rather than being the compiler; Munro Tops ARE an SMC list, and in fact were Munro's original list and the one he tried to collect himself; Donalds were classified by a mixture of height and drop adding "units" representing the two together, the 30metre drop criterion is another Alan Dawson innovation (and one that doesn't seem to have stuck). "Opinionated" is fine, but opinions are only worth anything when the opiner knows what they're on about! I expect better from an operation as usually excellent as MV.
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Sgurr an Fheadain: Fairy Mountain
mcrtchly 12 hours ago.
Sgurr an Fheadain from one of the fairy pools in Glen Brittle

  
Forum: Suggestions
Coastal Hills: 35 added for Kerry
simon3 a day ago.
MountainViews has been describing "Coastal Hills" for the island of Ireland. They are places which typically overlook the sea and may form part of coastal walks. They are defined as being within ...

  
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Cuilcagh: Route from South
donieg 2 days ago.
Climbed Benbeg and Cuilcagh yesterday 29.04.2008. Weather was fine with very good visability, this is an ideal medium effort walk for walkers who have about 3.5 -4hrs to spare. I parked my vehicle...

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Loughsalt Mountain: A popular attraction for quite a long time
ceadeile 2 days ago.
Thomas Wright (1711 – 1786) the noted English astronomer, mathematician, instrument maker, architect and garden designer was the first to describe the shape of the Milky Way and to speculate that ...

  
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Great views and a great name for your first summit after surgery
muddyboots a week ago.
Climbed Kanturk and Scarr mountain from the traditional starting point of the Glenamacnass Waterfall carpark (car co... walk, Len: 6.0km, Climb: 322m, Area: Kanturk, Dublin/Wicklow (Ireland) Kantur||

  
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Sumitteering Brandon Peak via Brandon on a hard day.
simon3 5 days ago.
The day had one objective, visit Brandon Peak. In glorious hindsight there may be easier routes, but the way we chos... walk, Len: 13.6km, Climb: 1240m, Area: Brandon, Brandon Group (Ireland) Brand||

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Cuilcagh: The Roof of the Border
Collaborative entry Last edit by: Peter Walker 3 days ago.
Cuilcagh is a huge sprawling mountain of genuine geographical significance: it is the highest point on the border as well as the highest point in both Cavan and Fermanagh, and the source of the mi...

  
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Only did it to log it - and it nearly did me!
muddyboots a week ago.
Did this hike as night was falling after climbing Scarr. Like others we used the access road until it is apparent th... walk, Len: 5.1km, Climb: 151m, Area: Fair Mountain, Dublin/Wicklow (Ireland) ||

  
Forum: General
Too beautiful for words...
Colin Murphy 6 days ago.
On a recent trip to Argentina, we took a flight from Buenos Aires to visit one of nature's greatest sights - The Iguazu Falls, which are shared between Argentina and Brazil. I've heard the Brazil ...

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An Cnoc Maol Mór: Easy summit overlooking Dingle
Collaborative entry Last edit by: simon3 5 days ago.
This summit can easly be reached from the Connor Pass car park at Q49047 05587

  
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Take the righteous path via the pilgrim's way
muddyboots a week ago.
Mauherslieve from the SouthSignpost to summit - waymarks to top.|

  
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An Bhinn Dubh: The Black Ben
Geo 6 days ago.
I can't believe this hill hasn't been commented on, considering it's position close to a very busy viewing point. If you park at the Connor Hill viewpoint on the highest point of the Connor Pass Q...


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