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Dunree to Ragtin More Double Delight
gerrym a month ago.
Starting a hill walk from a beautiful deserted beach, with the hills towering above is hard to beat. This morning Cr... walk, Len: 21.7km, Climb: 1461m, Area: Inishowen (Ireland) Mamore Hill, Crock||

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Black Rock Mountain: Vertically Challenged
Bunsen7 3 weeks ago.
Looking at maps - a good way to plan a route and a cure for boredom. And my seemingly well crafted map says this is 604 metres high (shock/horror) and the col to the west is at 572m? Jesus, M...

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Carntogher: Finally made it to Carntogher
pdtempan 3 weeks ago.
Having commented in 2007 that I must get around to climbing Carntogher, I finally made it today. As I'm focussing on completing my local 100, it had to be done. I knew from reading that there...

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Arderin: Arderin - some years ago thought it was the highest point in Ireland
RicardoVerdi 3 weeks ago.
I live in Tullamore; after various degrees of lockdown I had to go to Portlaoise for a vaccine on 30 April 2021 (even though they were giving them in Tullamore). My wife came with me; on our ...

Brandon and Brandon Peak from Cloghane
markwallace a month ago.
This is the classic middle section of the Brandon ridge, up from the coastal village of Cloghane (plenty of parking ... walk, Len: 21.7km, Climb: 1221m, Area: Cnoc Branainn, Brandon Group (Ireland)||

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Doan: Lovely mountain, horrible humans
No1Grumbler 3 weeks ago.
Myself and the Voortrekker decided on a quick jaunt up the M1 for some bagging of Butter MT, Doan and Ben Crom.I'd climbed Doan from the Silent Valley back in 2010(?) and enjoyed a memorable ...

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Bolaght Mountain: Making a Loop
dino a month ago.
Having spent very little time in the hills over the last few years I was keen to start with something straightforward and simple to plan and navigate. This is one of my Local 100 and also one...

Straightforward way of visiting the Tonelagee and Mullaghcleevaun areas.
simon3 a month ago.
The starting place "GlMacnass" is at the car park at Glenmacnass. Be aware that this carpark is notorious ... walk, Len: 15.1km, Climb: 587m, Area: Stoney Top, Wicklow (Ireland) Stoney To||

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Knocknasheega: Heather-covered, rounded summit surrounded by trees.
Collaborative entry Last edit by: Colin Murphy a month ago.
Start from the forest entrance at S13175 06653 , room for 5 cars. Walk up the track to a junction. Turn left and walk to around S13960621 Go SW into a ride aiming for S13782 06093 then south ...

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Corran: Pleasant forest track stroll
Collaborative entry Last edit by: Colin Murphy a month ago.
Start from the forest entrance at W66873 95524 and follow the track, ignore the first right after a hundred meters or so and keep on due south . This track then begins to head north east, ign...

A tough woodland start but rewarding views for the effort
eamonoc a month ago.
walk, Len: 4.9km, Climb: 312m, Area: Killerry Mountain, Ox Mountains (Ireland) ...

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Knocknanask: Approach from adjoining hill.
Colin Murphy a month ago.
Having just bagged Knocksculloge, I headed NW, following a substantial track all the way down to S11780 07951, where the track forks sharply. I turned left for 100m until I reached a rusty ga...

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