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chelman7
2020-01-25 20:39:53
Topo UK and Ireland v8
My Garmin handheld GPS uses the Topo UK and Ireland v6. I see that v8 is now available on the garmin website.
Does anyone know if there is much difference between the versions?
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GLANAROUGH HILL
David-Guenot a month ago.
An easy walk, but I cannot tell about the views (see comment)... There is only room for one small car where I par... walk, Len: 2.4km, Climb: 162m, Area: Glanarough Hill, Slieve Miskish (Ireland)|...

  
Summit Comment
Muckish: A summit postponed, but remembered
ochils_trekker 3 weeks ago.
I photographed the very attractive mountain of Muckish, along with its smaller neighbour Crocknalaragah, late last Summer. It was on a rare dry day of high winds and rapidly moving clouds, allowin...

  
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HUNGRY HILL LOOP
David-Guenot a month ago.
Did this walk in March 2014. Start at crossroads by R572. Climb up minor road, then after circa 1.5 km, veer right f... walk, Len: 17.0km, Climb: 985m, Area: Derryclancy, Caha Mountains (Ireland) D||

Summit Summary
Kilmichael Hill: Uninspiring summit, but pleasant walk in the woods.
Collaborative entry Last edit by: Colin Murphy 3 weeks ago.
There is parking to be had on the roadside outside Hollyfort Church. Walk west for about 100m to T11060 64189 where you'll see a narrow gap in the hedge on the left and a track leading into some w...

  
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GALTYMORE LOOP
David-Guenot a month ago.
Starting from the Black Road, a great walk under the sunshine, with some stunning views until around 12 when the ... walk, Len: 22.1km, Climb: 1381m, Area: Knockeenatoung, Galty Mountains (Irelan|...

  
Summit Comment
Errigal: Hiking in snow
Q35on 3 weeks ago.
I went to Mount Errigal at 27.02.2020. It was a perfect day for hiking because the sky was blue and the mountain was covered with snow. I started around 4 pm from the car park on the main road and...

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SLIEVE SNAGHT LOOP
David-Guenot a month ago.
A classic route in the Derryveagh along the Slieve Snaght ridge, taking in 6 summits. Start by R254/Lough Barra. Wal... walk, Len: 15.5km, Climb: 972m, Area: Cnoc na Searrach, Donegal NW (Ireland) ||

  
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mcrtchly a month ago.
Tried to put this into comments but always fails to upload. Works OK in Motley Views. Any ideas why? I'm uploading via 3 Ireland mobile network

  
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KNOCKOWEN-GLENKEEL LOOP
David-Guenot a month ago.
A fantastic walk in one of the most remote places I have visited in Ireland until now (did this walk in March 2014).... walk, Len: 20.8km, Climb: 1125m, Area: Knockowen, Caha Mountains (Ireland) Kn||

Summit Comment
Camenabologue: As seen from Seskin
ceadeile 3 weeks ago.
Camenabologue from Seskin

  
Track
Ben Oss and Beinn Dubhchraig from Dalrigh
billbaggins a month ago.
Ben Oss and Beinn Dubhchraig from DalrighSome guidebooks describe the route from Dalrigh to Dubhchraig as walk, Len: 17.9km, Climb: 1222m, Area: Inveraray to Crianlarich (Britain) Bei||

  
Summit Summary
Mullacor: Boggy rounded and much visited.
Collaborative entry Last edit by: simon3 a month ago.
Broad topped and boggy, Mullacor sits on a ridge south of Glendalough and parallel to the long Glenmalure valley. Inevitably it has a lot of walking traffic. Its NW flank is crossed by The Wicklow...


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