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Summit Comment
Knockalongy South-West Top: Bag it, forget it.
Colin Murphy 2 weeks ago.
I'd rank this summit as among the worst Arderin Begs in Ireland (Mullaghdoo in the Sperrins also comes to mind) in that it is a seemingly interminable trudge through peat hags with little sce...

  
Forum: General
STACKS AND STONES
BleckCra 2 weeks ago.
Touring Ireland, always remember not "to start from here".Croagh Patrick? "Well, I wouldn't start from here." O'Connell Street? "I wouldn't start from here". The Atlantic Ocean? "Not from her...

  
Summit Comment
Croaghonagh: The Hard Way
dino 2 weeks ago.
For many Croaghonagh is the "easier" side of Barnesmore Gap with a wide track the whole way to the top. I've walked this track alone and with my kids a few times and I've ridden up here on a ...

Track
Circuit of Kelly's Lough
simon3 a month ago.
The purpose of this trip was to add to existing surveying for various places east of Lugnaquilla.The route starts and en walk, Len: 19.6km, Climb: 776m, Area: Wicklow (Ireland) Corrigasleggaun||

  
Summit Summary
Knockalongy South-West Top: Approach from the south.
Collaborative entry Last edit by: Colin Murphy 2 weeks ago.
Usually done in conjunction with Knockalongy, but if doing this in isolation the best approach is probably from the forestry roads to the south. There is a drivable forest track (with no barr...

  
Summit Comment
Geal-charn: Highland View
melohara 3 weeks ago.
The Ben Alder, Loch Ossian and Loch Laggan Munros viewed across Loch Ericht while visiting Geal-chárn Drumochter from around NN 598 794

Track
Shehy Mountain from Tomies Wood
chelman7 a month ago.
walk, Len: 10.0km, Climb: 664m, Area: Shehy Mountain, Purple Mountain (Ireland)...

  
Summit Comment
Croaghanmoira: Easy peasy climb to one of Ireland's Highest Hundred
michaelseaver 3 weeks ago.
Not much to add to what has already been said. This is the easiest of Ireland's Highest 100 and great for young kids to give them the satisfaction of climbing "a real mountain". Just a couple...

  
Summit Comment
Knockaterriff: Views from the turf road
glencree 3 weeks ago.
We used Jackill's route above in reverse, parking at a grassy verge at R866191 and walking to the end of the rough road. we climbed Knockaterriff from the start of Pigeon Rock Glen in a strai...

Summit Comment
Ballineddan Mountain: New path damage from scramblers in last 2 months
Bunsen7 3 weeks ago.
Used the track up Ballineddan twice so far this year, on the second occasion I noticed seemingly fresh bike damage.Came across a broken gate which now has barbed wire strewn across it and a s...

  
Track
PMG Walk 81 - Arroooooo Mountain in bad weather!
simoburn a month ago.
PMG Walk 81 - Arroooooo Mountain in bad weather!Please note. Start from the west of Arroo is known as the Arroo T... walk, Len: 7.5km, Climb: 463m, Area: Arroo Mountain, Dartry Mountains (Ireland|...

  
Summit Comment
Sheean: An adventurous walk.
Wilderness 3 weeks ago.
I accessed this hill coming from Knocklettercuss. The terrain in-between the two hills was mostly dry and easy going. The narrow line of forest I had to go through to get to the top of Sheea...


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