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East-West mapping .. by aidand   (Show all posts)
simon3
2019-11-21 08:49:29
re Newsletter comments on UK hill lists
We got two complaints about errors in our Opinionated Glossary of terms used in connection with British Hill Lists.
Of the general type, "hill lists ripe for opinionated comment, but you'd better get your facts right" and unfortunately we didn't get all of our facts right. After discussions with IainT we have reissued the quarterly newsletter with corrections.

See https://mountainviews.ie/newsletters/month/2019-11/
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Forum: General
Moon Hurler Picture: Croghan Hill 07042020
Bunsen7 14 hours ago.
https://www.the42.ie/photography-photos-technique-moon-hurler-picture-5069701-Apr2020/ A place I have yet to visit. Article gives interesting background on the planning that went into capturing th...

  
Forum: Suggestions
April 20 Quiz Answers.
simon3 16 hours 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 Comment
Ridge of Capard: Bluebells April 2019
melohara a week ago.
The Slieve Blooms have a few redeeming features - one of them is the carpet of bluebells in Capard Wood during late April or early May.Video on you tube at https://youtu.be/zupEPlUVZDs

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Glenariff Waterfalls Walk
Peter Walker a week ago.
In those fairytale days before we weren't allowed to go anywhere that we couldn't walk to from our front doors, walk, Len: 3.2km, Climb: 163m, Area: Antrim Hills (Ireland) ||

  
Summit Summary
Cushbawn: Pleasant walk to unmarked summit.
Collaborative entry Last edit by: simon3 a week ago.
Just past the fake village of Macreddin heading north, there is room to park for a couple of cars on the right.Go south about 300m on the road until you come to Macreddin Bridge Follow the track o...

  
Track
Old School Slieve Carr route, with Tawnyanruddia
markwallace 2 weeks ago.
Due to its status as Probably the Most Remote Mountain in Ireland, I have wanted to climb Slieve Carr for a while. I... walk, Len: 29.3km, Climb: 1071m, Area: North Mayo (Ireland) Tawnyanruddia, Sl||

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Slieve Muck Slievenaglogh Doan and Ott
ceadeile a week ago.
This is a fairly short route (13 kms) but the ascent (approx 900 m) and the toughness of some of the ground trave... walk, Len: 12.8km, Climb: 982m, Area: Slieve Muck, Mourne Mountains (Ireland) |...

  
Summit Comment
Annacoona Top: Meandering approach from Glencar
ochils_trekker a week ago.
I climbed Slievemore and Annacoona Top last September, but took an accidentally rambling approach as I hadn't consulted Mountainviews properly before leaving my accommodation in Sligo town. As I k...

  
Summit Comment
Ballycumber Hill: Decent little Carn doesn't demand too much.
Colin Murphy a week ago.
A relatively easy ascent mostly up decent tracks. Followed the suggested route from Mangan's Lane (which I discovered is opposite the entrance to the local GAA Club.) It was a fine spring day so I...

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Slieve Maan to Croaghanmoira Circuit
march-fixer 2 weeks ago.
In view of the COVID-19 warnings, we decided to pick an out of the way route that would hopefully provide plenty of ... walk, Len: 12.4km, Climb: 666m, Area: Slieve Maan, Dublin/Wicklow (Ireland) S||

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

  
Summit Comment
Slieve Maan North Top: Is that it!
march-fixer 2 weeks ago.
This spot is easiest located by heading towards Slieve Maan from the Military Road and then heading north along the extraction track. It is not a place for visiting other than for summit bagging o...


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