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Fergalh
2020-04-14 18:16:54
"The summit of one of the tops" from Fergalh Contract pics
Picture: The summit of one of the tops (Contract pics)

Barrangeahy
Context of comment:There are 5 hills 4 of which have cairns east of Barranageahy…They are 427 metres, 443 metres, 467 metres, 482 metres and 502 metres
Message:4 of these have cairns on them..they do not fit into the cultural or historical category but perhaps on the local list. There is a significant drop than climb on most of them but again all seem to be close to 30 metres. Maybe one of them could be added to the local list ? For those that have climbed from the east any thoughts on this ?
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Summit Comment
Gregory Hill: Low hill to the west of Letterkenny.
simon3 less than an hour ago.
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Track
Brockagh Loop
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Summit Comment
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sandman a week ago.
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Summit Comment
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simon3 4 days ago.
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Summit Comment
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MichaelG55 a week ago.
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Track
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David-Guenot 4 days ago.
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Forum: Suggestions
Uisneach Hill
Fergalh a month ago.
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Forum: General
Night Time Hike
HughMangan 2 weeks ago.
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Summit Comment
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wicklore 2 weeks ago.
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Summit Comment
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Track
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David-Guenot 4 days ago.
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Summit Comment
Stookeen: The battle of the woods
Colin Murphy 2 weeks ago.
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