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Sheepish adventure
march-fixer a week ago.
Ever since a flock of about 26 sheep went missing off the mountain area behind Mullaghcleevaun and west of Tonelagee... walk, Len: 7.9km, Climb: 466m, Area: Tonelagee NE Top, Wicklow (Ireland) Tone||

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Hen Mountain: Bird's eye view
Colin Murphy a week ago.
The huge rocky outcrops capping this small summit more than make up for its small scale. Not on any of the main lists, but well worthy of a visit nonetheless.

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pdtempan 4 weeks ago.
Originally from Kent in England, I've lived in Ireland for the last 30 years. I'm now based in Belfast, working as a librarian and pursuing my research on a hobby basis. I've also spent 11 ye...

Forum: General
The "not so common" Common Lizard
Jim Holmes 3 weeks ago.
The "not so common" Common Lizard!!Spotted this Happy Chappy on the Wicklow Way, just after the bridge over the Dargle in-between Maulin and Djouce. "The common or viviparous lizard (Zootoca ...

Forum: Suggestions
Re Commenting on Saved Tracks
simon3 a month ago.
Bunsen7 & all,This feature had problems and should now be working.

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Slievenisky: Simple enough via its neighbour
Colin Murphy a week ago.
Followed the paved road up Slieve Croob and from there the narrow track (located very close to the trig pillar) SE that leads most of the way to Slievenisky's summit, which is a slightly elev...

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Slieve Croob: Blaeberry Sunday
pdtempan a week ago.
As there was a tradition of climbing Slieve Croob on the last Sunday in July to pick bilberries (Blaeberry Sunday), which continued until the mid-20th century, I was curious to see whether th...

The Forcan Ridge of The Saddle. Oh, and Sgurr na Sgine
Peter Walker 2 weeks ago.
The Saddle is a somewhat prosaically-monikered peak rising across Glen Shiel from the much-photographed Five Sist... walk, Len: 14.5km, Climb: 1228m, Area: Sgurr na Forcan, Glen Shiel to Loch Hou|...

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Cratlieve: A fruitful walk
pdtempan a week ago.
Found the bilberries bigger and riper high on the mountain than lower down in Drumkeeragh Forest.

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Cratlieve: Foraging around Slieve Croob and Cratlieve
pdtempan a week ago.
Went to the Slieve Croob area today in search of bilberries and climbed Cratlieve afterwards, parking near the col at J298451. From here it was an easy stroll along a farm track and then up t...

Reaching the Great Sugar Loaf from the SE, Glen of the Downs
simon3 2 weeks ago.
walk, Len: 7.1km, Climb: 440m, Area: Great Sugar Loaf, Wicklow (Ireland) Great ...

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Mweelrea: Spectacular series of dramatic landscapes
Damian120 a week ago.
It was a sultry and hot 27 degrees when my friend Martin and myself hiked up to Mweelrea from the Silver Strand side. So hot, we never thought we'd be tackling Mweelrea wearing T-shirts and s...

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