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David-Guenot
2014-01-13 13:10:01
Re: Menu problems
Context of comment:Problem solved !! Thank you for your help, Simon !! I have tried with Google Chrome and it works perfectly !! I just have another problem now: I have ticked Crocknaneeve in Donegal, but it has been counted four times in my statistics. I think every time I went back on the summit page afterwards it was counted...
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Forum: General
Confusing at first
jackill 5 hours ago.
Here's on of the MountainViews group enjoying a pitstop on Cruach Mhor.Taken in panorama mode it gives an almost 360 degree view from the point I was standing on.

  
Forum: General
On the Gun
jackill 5 hours ago.
A certain Simon making his way up The Big Gun on the recent MountainViews meetup held on the 'Reeks.Wet and windy for a lot of the day but 12 hardy souls managed 6 of Irelands highest.many thanks ...

  
Summit Comment
Spike Island: The Shawshank Redemption
TommyV a day ago.
Spike Island is a small island in Cork Harbour and is most famous for housing IRA prisoners. The majority of the island consists of a star shaped fort which was converted into a prison and can now...

Summit Comment
Brassel Mountain: A varied trip to this summit
kkendellen 4 days ago.
Just back from a great weekend in the Reeks. A group of us decided to go for a few more challenging routes than our previous trips to the Kingdom, with as much scrambling potential as possible. Af...

  
Summit Comment
Mullaghareirk: Views not trees now...
Fergalh 4 days ago.
Trees are now being harvested. Approach can still be via Jackill's directions. Good views now.

  
Summit Comment
Slieveboy: Did it fall or was it pushed?
Pepe a week ago.
This poor old trig has keeled over at the Slievboy mast compound. Did it fall or was it pushed? Who knows, perhaps the upside-down beer label (visible in the foreground of the picture) provides a ...

Summit Comment
Carrigleitrim: Obstacle course
Colin Murphy a week ago.
Followed the short summary directions, but the area after the track has now been replanted with saplings, although these were relatively easy to negotiate. The real problems started at the edge of...

  
Track
Sorrell Hill, Carrigleitrim and Black Hill
ceadeile 5 days ago.
walk, Len: 16.5km, Climb: 878m, Area: Sorrel Hill, Dublin/Wicklow (Ireland) Sor...

  
Track
MV Members Walk - Eastern Reeks, 17/08/19
Peter Walker 4 days ago.
It was a day positively pregnant with possibilities (meterological and geographical) as 12 hardy souls gathered i... walk, Len: 16.6km, Climb: 1177m, Area: Cruach Mh?r, MacGillycuddy's Reeks (Ire|...

Summit Comment
Lugnagun: Easier to access than previously
Colin Murphy a week ago.
Thanks to forest clearing, the approach to this top has been eased considerably. Walk along the forest track for about 1km to O007 121. One the left is a narrow but clearly visible track ascending...

  
Track
Burat-Bacanère Loop
David-Guenot a week ago.
walk, Len: 27.0km, Climb: 1828m, Area: France, Occitanie () ||

  
Summit Comment
Slieveroe: Take the long view
Colin Murphy a week ago.
Slieveroe may not be the most exciting of tops, (unless you call being torn to shreds by gorse exciting) but it does have one saving grace - it presents a wonderful view of the Blessington Lakes. ...


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