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simon3
2021-10-27 15:03:42
Reviewer(s) wanted: Books on the Munros.
MountainViews are being asked if we are interested in reviewing these books:

1 The Munros A History by Andrew Dempster published by Luath Press
ISBN:978-1-910022-58-0

2 The Munros Rab Anderson and Tom Prentice
Most recent (fourth edition) published 2021 Scottish Mountaineering Club
ISBN:978-1-907233-38-8.

Should you be interested and feel yourself qualified, please put your name forward to

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Summit Comment
Craignamaddy: Fences Galore
dino a day ago.
Walked this following Harry Goodman's description and also in combination with Mullaghbolig.The terrain was a nice mix of quiet country road, farm lanes and open hillside. From Point C there ...

  
Summit Comment
Knockanora: An awful trudge
Colin Murphy 3 days ago.
I followed the quicker route in the short summary. Be warned that the track leading to S01331 71186 is in a terrible state thanks to forest vehicles churning it into a rutted quagmire (and th...

  
Summit Comment
Mullaghbolig: Easy Terrain and Great Views
dino a day ago.
I came here with very heavy boots full of water and soaked far to far up my thighs having fallen into a hidden stream on my descent from Craignamaddy via Mullaghbane. I was glad this was a re...

Summit Comment
Knockadigeen Hill: Obstacle course
Colin Murphy 3 days ago.
I could not identify the route directly up from the road as described in the short summary, as it seems to have become completely overgrown. Instead I crossed the gate on the left that led in...

  
Track
Carriglinneen, Kirikee, Cullentragh. Less common routes.
simon3 a week ago.
This route starts from the Glenmalure Lodge and takes an approach up Carriglineen and then Kirikee that avoids ex... walk, Len: 15.7km, Climb: 680m, Area: Carriglineen Mountain, Wicklow (Ireland)|...

  
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Ballincurra Hill: Shaggy dog story
Colin Murphy 3 days ago.
Other contributors have remarked on the curious porcelain dog marking the summit, speculating that it might be a memorial to a beloved pet. Well, it's not. As my daughter & 1 descended we enc...

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Sturrall: Sturrall look out tower
srr45 6 days ago.
Look out tower. In surprisingly good condition given itís exposed location. It is located about 500m directly south of Sturrall summit. Donít miss this as it is worth a visit if doing Sturrall

  
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Sturrall: Side view of Sturrall
srr45 6 days ago.
More photos

  
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Droppa from the north
Colin Murphy a week ago.
There is parking for a couple of cars at the end of the narrow remote road at V82637 59648. Go through the gate on t... walk, Len: 7.3km, Climb: 535m, Area: Droppa, Caha Mountains (Ireland) Droppa,||

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Sturrall: Landscape photo of Sturrall
srr45 6 days ago.
Another View

  
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Lobawn: Lobawn June 2022
500plusclub a week ago.
Cold dry windy June day hike to lowbawn via sugar loaf. New fencing so make sure you are on the right side of it for going up. Both war dept stones still toppled. Might head up some day and t...

  
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Church Mountain: Church mountain
500plusclub a week ago.
Hiked church mountain as part of a loop, continuing along corriebaks, pinnacle and back through Donard village. They seem to be installing new fencing and pedestrian gates


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