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2020-01-09 14:03:53
POSTPONED: MountainViews Knockmealdown Walk S
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.


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Summit Summary
Cushbawn: Pleasant walk to unmarked summit.
Collaborative entry Last edit by: simon3 a day 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...

  
Summit Comment
Ballycumber Hill: Decent little Carn doesn't demand too much.
Colin Murphy a day 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...

  
Forum: Suggestions
Revised place names from Paul Tempan
simon3 2 days ago.
Many of the placenames and Irish forms for names in MountainViews came from the work of Paul Tempan, a qualified scholar in the area.He has issued a revised document with various changes and impro...

Summit Comment
Slieve Maan North Top: Is that it!
march-fixer 5 days 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...

  
Track
Slieve Maan to Croaghanmoira Circuit
march-fixer 5 days 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||

  
Track
A "Holy" fantastic Path
march-fixer a week ago.
In olden days Mass Paths were the most direct routes to and from the local churchs. This path leads south from Blackrock walk, Len: 1.4km, Climb: 217m, Area: Dublin/Wicklow (Ireland) ||

Track
Old School Slieve Carr route, with Tawnyanruddia
markwallace 5 days 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||

  
Summit Comment
Slieve Maan: Worth the walk
march-fixer 5 days ago.
What's not to like about a nice forest walk. This little gem is not as "maan" as it is made out to be! If you happen to be walking down along the fire break towards it on a clear sunny day then th...

  
Track
Pic de Montaut via Borne des Trois Seigneurs
David-Guenot a week ago.
Third ascent and third different route up the Pic de Montaut (1722m), via its N ridge, with a detour to the minor top of walk, Len: 12.3km, Climb: 827m, Area: France, Occitanie () ||

Forum: General
Covid19 and Hillwalking
Colin Murphy a week ago.
https://www.irishtimes.com/news/ireland/irish-news/coronavirus-concern-over-lack-of-social-distancing-during-outdoor-walks-1.4205805

  
Summit Comment
Croaghanmoira: The best for less!
march-fixer 5 days ago.
This spectacular summit can be reached without much effort from the nearby Military Road. A good track leads straight to the top. Please note that this is a permissive path.The views from up there...

  
Track
Glenariff Waterfalls Walk
Peter Walker a week ago.
walk, Len: 3.2km, Climb: 163m, Area: Antrim Hills (Ireland) ||


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