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Uisneach: Hostile Attitude
TommyMc 2 months ago.
I took a detour up here on a bright winter's Saturday a few years ago after seeing tourist board signage at Slieve Na Calliagh promoting this hill and a number of other attractions across the...

  
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Ben Lugmore East Top: Sublime
Damian120 2 months ago.
It was a beautiful September day, the last of the autumnal Indian Summer, when myself and my hiking partner Martin King tackled Ben Lugmore. The early morning mist and fog shrouded the Ramp a...

  
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Ballincurra Hill: A forest ramble
High-King 2 months ago.
I started in Templederry and took the road marked Dolla, I drove to the forestry entrance about 2km on my right hand side, Parking for 3 to 4 cars. Step over the forestry barrier and follow t...

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Brandon and Brandon Peak from Cloghane
markwallace 2 months ago.
This is the classic middle section of the Brandon ridge, up from the coastal village of Cloghane (plenty of parking ... walk, Len: 21.7km, Climb: 1221m, Area: Cnoc Branainn, Brandon Group (Ireland)||

  
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Bessy Bell: Sliabh Troim / Bessy Bell revisited and Toberneill located
pdtempan 2 months ago.
Returned to Sliabh Troim / Bessy Bell 8 months after our last visit. Having already visited the summit the previous time, we knocked off the summit again fairly promptly from Cashty Road. We ...

  
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Mullaghmore: Forest to crag to moorland summit
pdtempan 2 months ago.
Two of us climbed Mullaghmore on Sun Aug 15th to recce this walk for a future group walk. We parked at the Moydamlaght Forest car park at H742986 mentioned by gerrym. There are blue/yellow si...

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Musheramore: Mushera and Claragh, weather forecasters
pdtempan 2 months ago.
In this view Musheramore is seen from Claragh Mountain, a lower mountain also overlooking Millstreet. There is a local saying about the weather relating to these two mountains: 'Ceo ar Mhusir...

  
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Ballaghmore Hill: A handy hill for the local 100
High-King 2 months ago.
Needed to climb Ballaghmore Hill for my local 100. No great challenge. Left Stradbally behind me and drove up the hill towards Arles/Carlow. At the top of the hill I pulled in at the forestry...


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