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2022-01-08 11:54:21
"Possible ways up Leenane Hill." from simon3 Contract pics
Picture: Possible ways up Leenane Hill. (Contract pics)

re Access Issues, Leenane Hill
I understand MI (Mountaineering Ireland) have been active for some time on this one.
Apparently the land there is a commonage but one of the shareholders, one of perhaps only two still actively farming the land, has turned a number of walkers back.

MI indicate that there are two other access points, for people without dogs, as shown on map. Both access points are indicated by the red boots symbol on the EastWest 1:25k Connemara map (which of course is not an indication of any right or formal access agreement, it simply notes that walkers use this point for access to the mountains).
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Doulus Head: On the climb of Killelan Mountain Don't forget this gem
Fergalh 3 days ago.
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Crohaun: An Easy Hike
JohnFinn a day ago.
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Killelan Mountain East Top: Short trek from Killelan Mountain
Fergalh 3 days ago.
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Monabrack/Knockaterriff Circuit
osullivanm a week ago.
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Slievagh: Easy stroll to summit
Fergalh 3 days ago.
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Sheep Island: The Isles of Icane
Pepe 3 days ago.
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Cloontohil: Short walk to the hidden trig point.
JohnRea 5 days ago.
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Clifden Hill: Easier route
JohnRea 5 days ago.
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Nice easy woodland walk
eamonoc 2 weeks ago.
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Glendoo Mountain: Height of Glendoo
simon3 6 days ago.
Yes, the position was changed after a new assessment of where the top is and a survey measurement.. However, following some comment there is a suggestion that the old top or somewhere near it...

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Glendoo Mountain: Grid Reference for summit.
simoburn a week ago.
Hi All,I see the summit marker for Glendoo Mountain has changed from what current (past) comments call the summit (O1418 2043 starC), I was wondering if this was recently remeasured and thus ...

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