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Bibliography
Exploring Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way by Flanagan, David & Creagh, Richard
aidand 3 weeks ago.
This book is a travel guide to the west coast of Ireland. It has 224 pages and numerous photographs and outline maps.

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

Track
Fintown to Glenties, across Scraigs and Aghla
OlddogHardroad 2 months ago.
walk, Len: 22.2km, Climb: 972m, Area: An Screig Mhr, Bluestack Mountains (Irela...

  
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An Bheann Mhór: Its more awkward than it looks.
three5four0 2 months ago.
Park at around V 635 651, at the start of forestry tracks on the N70. The tracks marked on OSI Sheet 84 4th Edition are pretty accurate, for once. So follow the one from where you have parked...

  
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Abbey Island: Summit area.
simon3 2 months ago.
This is a view of the summit area which is easily enough reached on paths.

Summit Comment
Abbey Island: Beach access and graveyard.
simon3 2 months ago.
This view was taken from the short strip of beach joining the mainland to the island. As you can see vehicles or at least tractors can reach the island though it isn't suitable for cars.The w...

  
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Carrignagunneen: When you can't see clearly ...
Pepe 2 months ago.
I turned too soon off the path. So began an upward trek onto the forested slopes of Carrignagunneen. What followed was a half-hour derring-do battle against nature, an impersonation of Rambo ...

  
Track
Dunree to Ragtin More Double Delight
gerrym 2 months ago.
Starting a hill walk from a beautiful deserted beach, with the hills towering above is hard to beat. This morning Cr... walk, Len: 21.7km, Climb: 1461m, Area: Inishowen (Ireland) Mamore Hill, Crock||

Summit Comment
Lobawn: Toppled stone marker
hibby 2 months ago.
Easy ridge walk from Sugarloaf, with well-defined path and firm underfoot at this time of year. The War Department stone marker at the summit of Lobawn has toppled and is lying face-down in t...

  
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Sugarloaf: Misty day, burned summit
hibby 2 months ago.
Walked up Sugarloaf and Lobawn. Parked at the forest entrance and walked up along the forest fence. Evidence of recent fire in the area of the summit, with a blackened wasteland of burned hea...

  
Bibliography
The Dingle Peninsula, A Walking Guide by Hendroff, Adrian
aidand a month ago.
112 pages, with colour photographs and outline maps. The book describes 24 walks ranging from low level walks taking an hour or two up to 8 plus hour serious mountain treks.


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