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conorob
2005-07-31 11:32:07
Bencorrbeg --> Binn an Choire Bhig
Context of comment:Should Bencorrbeg mountain not be called by its correct name "Binn an Choire Bhig" as it is in the Gaeltacht. The Irish name means something, the English version does not.
Message:Change Bencorrbeg to Binn an Choire Bhig
simon3
2005-07-18 08:26:53
Mountains climbed area diagram.
Context of comment:Emerging feature.
Message:There's a new feature to help you locate what you have climbed or not climbed in any area -- a colour topographical map.

Go to My View | Climbed Log

Change "No map" to "Selected Points" and click on "have not climbed"

Click on New List.

A map should appear.

This is working well enough to be useful, however there are some obvious improvements. You are welcome to make suggestions.
simon3
2005-06-03 18:21:51
GPS corrections.
Context of comment:Note: Mountain Views now accepts GPS readings from users for mountain summits. The purpose of these is to correct the GPS information the site gives out.
If you are using GPS, take a reading for summits that you visit. Go to the page for the mountain and click on "Amend" beside the grid reference to enter your suggested position.
You will be doing your bit for everyone!
simon3
2005-03-17 23:45:10
Context of comment:Note to everyone
Message:I've altered the way various things work, yesterday 17 March. The main point is to introduce a Recent Contributions section to reflect all of the different sorts of contribution that can now be put in.
Let me known if there are any errors or things that you would like to suggest.-- Simon
djouce
2004-12-24 12:34:27
Context of comment:Comment from Djouce
Message:It would be interesting if a thread could be added to cover routes as well as individual peaks. NW
Additional points:OK for testing


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Summit Comment
Knockatee: Small but Perfectly Formed. Excellent Views for the Effort.
ciarraioch 21 hours ago.
Might be a nice one for the family on a dry day or an easy introduction to the hills for casual walkers. Climbed on a cloudy and drizzly February afternoon from the road on the saddle between Cnoc...

  
Summit Summary
Knockatee: Small hill with stories and a massive view.
Collaborative entry Last edit by: simon3 21 hours ago.
An obvious place to visit this from is the col at V78101 60093. There is parking for 2 or 3 cars. The ground is unfenced and the land leading to the top is rough but passable.Knockatee is well kno...

  
Track
Near Cruach Mhn an Fheannta, Bluestack Mountains (Ireland)
noucamp 3 days ago.
walk, Len: 8.3km, Climb: 515m, Area: Cruach Mh?n an Fheannta, Bluestack Mountai...

Track
Glencullen Hiking
conororourke 3 days ago.
walk, Len: 29.7km, Climb: 787m, Area: Two Rock Mountain, Dublin/Wicklow (Irelan...

  
Summit Comment
Knockatee: Richard Maurice Clive Bigham, 4th Viscount Mersey
Corkerry 21 hours ago.
Richard Mersey's real name was Richard Maurice Clive Bigham, 4th Viscount Mersey. This plaque should be removed.

  
Track
Lost in the peat hag maze !!
David-Guenot 3 days ago.
The summit plateau is a real peat hag maze, but thankfully the weather was dry !! I would recommend using the descen... walk, Len: 9.7km, Climb: 480m, Area: Knockalongy, Ox Mountains (Ireland) Knoc||

Summit Comment
Corrin: Perfect for the Smallies
SpiritOf84 a day ago.
Ideal for the little ones (ages 4 and 7) to introduce them to hillwalking. Steep path takes you from the Coilte car park directly to the summit, with its large stone cross and impressive views acr...

  
Track
Keelogyboys, Hangmans Hill and Crockauns
noucamp 3 days ago.
Thanks to excellent walk reports by MountainViews contributors, in particular Harry Goodman?s, a very enjoyable r... walk, Len: 12.1km, Climb: 806m, Area: Keelogyboy Mountain, Dartry Mountains (I|...

  
Summit Comment
Knockanes: Lovely walk in the heart of the Burren
Aongus 3 days ago.
I did the circuit Mullaghmore, Slieve Roe and Knockanes on Bank Holiday Monday. Lovely circuit in an amazing landscape with great views. I followed the Blue route from Loch an Gealláin to summit o...

Track
Slieve Anierin, Knockacullion and Bencroy from H03229 14714,
noucamp 3 days ago.
walk, Len: 14.8km, Climb: 691m, Area: Slieve Anierin, Breifne (Ireland) Slieve ...

  
Summit Comment
Conic Hill: Great views
MichaelG55 3 days ago.
04.08.2020 Climbed Conic Hill during Day 2 of the West Highland Way. 60mm of rain fell during day turning path up hill into a raging stream. No views but locals told us that superb views of Loch L...

  
Forum: Suggestions
Recognition for the Arderins
simon3 a week ago.
The Arderins, the list of Irish Mountains of 500m with a prominence of 30m has now been recognised as a premier list providing a lifetime challenge.In a joint announcement Mountaineering Ireland a...


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