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Bray Head: One of the best short hikes in Ireland.
TommyV 2 months ago.
The route described by others is still the same and it's now way marked. Just to mention that there is now a car park which is a discovery point along the Wild Atlantic Way which is the start poin...

  
Summit Comment
Bolus: Fine views
TommyV 2 months ago.
Bolus out on the tip of the Iveragh peninsula provides great views of Scariff island and Denish island and the now world famous Skelligs. Due to time constraints we climbed this hill from the Sout...

  
Track
Character building tale of Croaghconnellagh in the rain.
simon3 2 months ago.
Don't even think of crossing the Lowerymore.There are various routes published on MV for reaching Croaghconnelagh... walk, Len: 5.5km, Climb: 303m, Area: Croaghconnellagh, Bluestack Mountains (Ir|...

Summit Comment
Eagles Hill: A lesser visited summit on the Iveragh peninsula
TommyV 2 months ago.
This route starts to the West of Lough Currane at V59319 65133 and follows the Kerry Way South for about two kilometres. At the col known as the Windy Gap it is time to leave the way marked trail ...

  
Summit Comment
Baraveha: Windfarm or way marked trail?
TommyV 2 months ago.
Started at the forest entrance as mentioned by scapania. It's worth mentioning that the area is now a windfarm so I'm not sure on what the story with access is as it is still an official way marke...

  
Track
The Bluestacks Aghlas on a wet day.
simon3 2 months ago.
The Bluestacks Aghlas can be reached as others have shown from a road leaving the R250 at the SW end of Lough Fin... walk, Len: 9.0km, Climb: 495m, Area: Aghla Mountain, Bluestack Mountains (Irel|...

Summit Comment
War Hill: Clear day on a neglected summit.
simon3 2 months ago.
Most of the times I have been on War Hill, it has been raining and I have just climbed up the heathery and exhausting slope from the Knocknacloghoge River. So it was a pleasure to be on the top on...

  
Forum: General
Heavens Above
mcrtchly 2 months ago.
Rising to 2,426 metres above sea level, the volcanic island of La Palma is the second highest of the Canary Islands. It's weather is dominated by the Trade Winds, which often cover ranges between ...

  
Summit Comment
Corranabinnia SW Top: From the Northwest
Geo 2 months ago.
As per Peter1's comment and his uploaded track no 3472 (Many thanks Peter1) an approach from the NW from the end of a boreen at 'Blue Lodge' F866 072 may be attempted.June 1st 2019 millsd1 and mys...

Track
Italy: Bologna City & Hills
Onzy 2 months ago.
Route through historical city centre to the hills south of Bologna, culminating at the Santuario San Luca, a hilltop bas walk, Len: 15.2km, Climb: 643m, Area: Italy, Emilia-Romagna () ||

  
Summit Summary
Corranabinnia SW Top: Excellent Ridge Walk with Scrambling
Collaborative entry Last edit by: Geo 2 months ago.
The attraction, and the high rating, of Corranabinnia SW top is largely in the fine ridge which extends north east to its main peak. The summit itself is at the east end narrow grassy plateau orie...

  
Summit Summary
Croaghconnellagh: Rough summit with steep sides and subject to rising water haza
Collaborative entry Last edit by: simon3 2 months ago.
Croaghconnellagh has rough wild summit area with numerous false tops and as of 2019 several cairns. Croaghconnellagh isn't the easiest summit to reach even though the N15 runs close to it. The dir...


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