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Mullaghcleevaun East Top to Carrigvore
simoburn 2 months ago.
Mullaghcleevaun East to CarrigvoreThis route provides an easy day out with many options for longer or shorter ver... walk, Len: 18.1km, Climb: 727m, Area: Mullaghcleevaun East Top, Wicklow (Irela|...

  
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Derrybawn Mountain: A view that is hard to beat
march-fixer 2 months ago.
If you can manage to pick a crystal clear day, then this summit is one of the best locations to place yourself. The views in all directions are superb. Also, there are any number of access po...

  
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Croaghanmoira: Flags Pass - Wicklow way portion and loop into Ballynacor Estate
gaoithe 2 months ago.
We did a portion of Wicklow way from Flags pass T 08752 87588 (AKA Drumgoff Gap) - (with diversion to Slievemaan South top) - to near Drumgoff, then leaving Wicklow Way up road to T 10204 892...

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Mountpelier Hill Loop Walk
simoburn 2 months ago.
Mountpelier HillThis route is the standard route around Mountpelier Hill and the Hell Fire Club. There is plenty of ... walk, Len: 4.8km, Climb: 144m, Area: Mountpelier Hill, Dublin (Ireland) Mount||

  
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Slieve Maan: Some nice views approaching Slievemaan ridge from South.
gaoithe 2 months ago.
Some nice views can be found on a nice sunny frosty March morning (perhaps views have opened out a bit with more recent forestry clear-felling).From Flags Pass gate/parking T 08757 87599 we f...

  
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Knockaterriff: More prominent from the south
Bunsen7 2 months ago.
This picture taken from Farbreaga in the western Knockmealdowns shows Cnoc an Tarbh as a prominent lump at the centre of a wider loop. There are deep sided valleys east west and south. In the...

Track
Knockannavea Hill
simoburn 2 months ago.
Knockannavea Hill Ramble/ExploreThis little loop walk is largely in amongst the trees with little to no views. You d... walk, Len: 5.9km, Climb: 118m, Area: Knockannavea, Dublin (Ireland) Knockanna||

  
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Tinoran Hill: Simple bag
Colin Murphy 2 months ago.
Followed track from main road directly up, crossing several locked gates. Turned left into the forest and followed a winding, gently ascending track that emerges into open hillside, (where th...

  
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Torc Mountain: Great views from any approach.
Colin Murphy 2 months ago.
View from the boardwalk approach from the south with the Old Kenmare Road visible at the bottom of pic.

Track
Blackstairs Circuit
march-fixer 2 months ago.
Blackstairs and Sodden ConditionsWell the weather forecast was definitely off kilter! Having checked the details ... walk, Len: 15.3km, Climb: 708m, Area: Blackstairs Mountain, Blackstairs Mounta|...

  
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Strickeen: Convenient car parking
Colin Murphy 2 months ago.
To save yourself the initial road walk from the car park at Kate Kearney's, I'm pleased to report that there is now room to park almost at the starting point of the track at V8775 883. Had a ...

  
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Faranaree Hill: Walkin' in a Winter Wonderland
Pepe 2 months ago.
According to the notice-board at 'A', this may also be known as Killamery Hill - a local I approached had clearly never heard of it called Faranaree before.Followed mcrtchly's instructions fr...


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