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Summit Comment
Bryn Bras: Steep descent initally but easy enough afterwards
Fergalh 2 days ago.
From The summit of Orddu we headed a very short distance east to fence. The other side of fence was a boundary stone from here we took a very steep descent south along the fenceline onto a wide...

  
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Orddu: Short trek to summit
Fergalh 2 days ago.
From Foel Goch we descended east in the mist to the col. A short climb later we were at the summit which is a grass mound near the fence

  
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Foel Goch: County boundary ridge summit
Fergalh 2 days ago.
From Garned Fawr we zigzaged generally in an easterly direction. Firstly dropping to col and than a series of false summits before we finally reached the summit. This is marked with a trig pill...

Summit Comment
Garnedd Fawr: Short trek to summit
Fergalh 2 days ago.
From Pen Bwlch Y Greigwen we descended south east along the ridge mostly following a fenceline. After the col a short steep ascent led to summit with a small cairn beside the fence. There is an...

  
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Pen Bwlch y Greigwen: Ridge walk along county Boundary
Fergalh 2 days ago.
From Y Gesail we descended south east to the colm and than continued south east along ridge. A short trek led to this unmarked grassy summit

  
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Y Gesail: Long trek to summit
Fergalh 2 days ago.
We parked to the north east in a small village called Llangwm beside a church and followed road west until we turned off onto another road and a farm track that led to a col. From that we heade...

Summit Summary
Muckanaght: A remote, steep and grassy peak - part of many long circuits.
Collaborative entry Last edit by: markmjcampion 2 days ago.
Muckanaght is a grassy, craggy steep cone at the head of three valleys. It's well tucked away and requires a good level of fitness and ability on steep ground. The great views includes some nei...

  
Summit Summary
Birreencorragh: Shapely, remote mountain surrounded by fine valleys and great vi
Collaborative entry Last edit by: markmjcampion 2 days ago.
Birreencorragh is situated near Newport in the SE Nephins in an area of steep-sided valleys. It sits at the apex of the Glendorragha Valley and has a remote feel. It's a spectacular mountain wh...

  
Track
Hike on forest tracks in the West Dublin Hills with access issue.
madfrankie 2 days ago.
Starting from forestry entrance in Ballinascorney, a straightforward walk on forest tracks, including a quick up and dow walk, Len: 9.3km, Climb: 273m, Area: Dublin (Ireland) ||

Summit Comment
Blaze Fell: Short trek to summit
Fergalh 3 days ago.
Parked to East at high point of the road. Followed permissive path west to summit in Old sandstone quarry. The su mit is marked with a trig pillar

  
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Sandale Hill: Short trek to summit
Fergalh 3 days ago.
Drove up track from south towards communications mast. Parked at third gate at cattle grid and crossed field to east to summit marked by a trig pillar

  
Summit Comment
Kirk Fell (Lorton): Long Trek from Lord's Seat
Fergalh 3 days ago.
From Lord's Seat Head West along the ridge and continue on after the two Graystone Peaks. Just west of these peaks is Kirk Fell which has a short ascent to its summit marked by a small pile of ...


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