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Cnoc na Toinne: Imagine a gap, it's easy if you try
Bunsen7 8 hours ago.
My recent visit to Cnoc Na Toinne coincided with the arrival at the top of the devil's ladder of a very large, loud group of supposedly 70 twenty-something thrillseekers, each of which was we...

  
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Caponellan Hill: Bring wellies
High-King 15 hours ago.
Parked at B* and entered the forest, (S 40812 75491 B) All nice underfoot. Followed Fergalh directions but found the mistake...it was a test.... wasn't it. Take the first turn to the LEFT not...

  
Track
The rocky rocky road to the big hill.
simon3 2 days ago.
How on earth can a walk there and back to a place just over 2k away take over 3 hours?I had some forebodings about t... walk, Len: 6.3km, Climb: 301m, Area: An Bheann Mhr, Dunkerron Mountains (Irel||

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Caherbla: Views to the west.
simon3 17 hours ago.
There's a fine panorama west along the Dingle Peninsul from near the top of Caherbla.

  
Track
Oval route turned into a cracked egg shape by circumstance.
simon3 a day ago.
The plan had been to reach Slievenashaska S (SS) from the Kerry Way to the south just west of Sneem. The Kerry Wa... walk, Len: 17.2km, Climb: 869m, Area: Coomnahorna, Dunkerron Mountains (Irelan|...

  
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Caherbla: A walk over boggy ground with a steep ascent to finish
Collaborative entry Last edit by: simon3 17 hours ago.
Start from one of the small lay-bys near Q716 052. Walk up the steep ground at the back of the lay-by heading for Caherbla.At about the 500-meter mark there is a long ridge of conglomerate ro...

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Coomnahorna: Watch out for the water.
simon3 a day ago.
The picture shows Coomnahorna to the left and Lough Slievenashaska. You can't get round the lough on its south side shown here. You probably can't get across the lough to its north side eithe...

  
Summit Summary
Coomnahorna: Unfrequented rough summit joining three ridges.
Collaborative entry Last edit by: simon3 a day ago.
Coomnahorna is one of the summits of the Dunkerrons, the elongated mountain area that stretches down the south side of the Iveragh peninsula. It is a place of wild land with great ridges to n...

  
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An Bheann Mhór: Beautiful summit of great views but extremely difficult terrain.
Collaborative entry Last edit by: simon3 2 days ago.
Gorgeous to look at, An Bheann Mhór also is a superb viewpoint at the top with extensive views over Kenmare River, coast, islands, the Caha Mountains and then much of the southern Dunkerrons ...

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Dereenavurrig Hill: Gorgeous colour on a hard to reach summit.
simon3 2 days ago.
Despite a little mist, Derrenavurrig appeared magnificent in the early morning light one September.

  
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Illaunleagh: Illaunleagh
simon3 2 days ago.
The lonely and unvisited island of Illaunleagh. The small object to the bottom left of the picture was in fact an amateur fisherman returning back to nearby Glesk Pier having caught two pollock.

  
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Lamb's Island: Lamb's Island
simon3 2 days ago.
Lamb's Island viewed from the pier to the east.


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