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Sunny Day Outing
march-fixer a day ago.
What a lovely route on a clear sunny day. This way an introductory trek for most of the group. The views were cle... walk, Len: 7.8km, Climb: 668m, Area: Kilclooney Mountain, Comeragh Mountains (|...

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Binevenagh: PAAI ag dreapadh ar Bhinn Fhoibhne
pdtempan 4 days ago.
Thaistil cnocadóirí Phobal ar a'n Iúl (grúpa atá lonnaithe san Ómaigh) ó thuaidh go Binn Fhoibhne i gContae Dhoire ar na mallaibh. Dhreap naonúr againn an sliabh Dé Domhnaigh. Lá breá grianmh...

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Rocky Island: Rocky Island
Pepe 5 days ago.
The 'south face' is to the right of the rocky summit as you look at the photo

Exceptional wooded walk with island options!
march-fixer a day ago.
This is a beautiful walk in a really nice woods with plenty of options to vary your route. You can reach the dizzying he walk, Len: 13.3km, Climb: 68m, Area: Partry & Joyce (Ireland) ||

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Binevenagh: Cliffs, woodland, a lake on top and magnificent views
Collaborative entry Last edit by: 2 days ago.
Binevenagh has an unmistakable profile, with its impressive line of basalt cliffs and a lower series of broken crags resembling fangs. There is a lake on the summit plateau. Binevenagh overlo...

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Gearhane: Looks narrower from the north but offers a surprise!
Bunsen7 6 days ago.
Approaching Gearhane from the south you can see how it fans out from the top to the east and west. I suppose there is a resemblance to a tooth or fang - which may have inspired the name. For ...

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Beennabrack: Steep Cliffs to the North
Bunsen7 6 days ago.
It's a shame that I've only summitted this particular top in thick mist but on a subsequent fair weather hike to Gearhane to the north I captured this image which gives a fair impression of t...

Causeway enjoyment
march-fixer a day ago.
If you want a leisurely and scenic stroll by water then visit Inchequin Island with its lovely causeway. There is a larg walk, Len: 5.5km, Climb: 14m, Area: South Connemara (Ireland) ||

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Binevenagh: Access issues and warning of rockfalls
pdtempan 6 days ago.
Options for accessing the mountain are more limited now than when I was last here about 3 years ago. Walkers are no longer permitted to park at St. Aidan's Church (C678315), the car-park bein...

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Brandon Peak: One of the best for sure
Bunsen7 a week ago.
If you park at Q47044 06865 and follow the track up over Gearhane to Brandon Peak, returning the same way, you will only expend between 2.5 and 3 hours of your time. Quite a small investment ...

Ashford Demesne visit
march-fixer a day ago.
This lovely walk was part of a visit to Ashford Castle and gardens. The paths are very well maintained plus there are nu walk, Len: 6.7km, Climb: 55m, Area: Partry & Joyce (Ireland) ||

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Brandon Peak: Garran Ceoil
liz50 a week ago.
Iain T and Onzy both mention the impressive east ridge of Brandon Peak which leads directly to the summit from the shore of Lough Croite, the largest of the Paternoster lakes. Known locally a...

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