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Summit Summary
Luggala: Dramatic cliffs, dramatic views, boggy top.
Collaborative entry Last edit by: simon3 3 weeks ago.
Luggala is one of the more well known mountains in Wicklow. This is because it has dramatic cliffs plunging to Lough Tay, visible from the R759 which connects east and west Wicklow via the sa...

  
Summit Comment
Knockacummer: Wind turbine-encased, forgettable hill
Colin Murphy 3 weeks ago.
There have been some alterations to the landscape/tracks since jackal's 2010 comment. We parked at roughly R25353 12861, where there was just room for a single car beside a wired off entrance...

  
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Carran NE Top: Approach via wind farm tracks
Collaborative entry Last edit by: simon3 3 weeks ago.
Approach to this is usually via Carran itself. If you want to do it in isolation, it is possible from the NE. Parking for several cars at the entrance to a wind farm at W10110 69832. Head eas...

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Coomataggart SW Top: Approach from the NE
Collaborative entry Last edit by: Colin Murphy 3 weeks ago.
Approach to this is usually via Coomataggart itself. One approach is from the NE. Parking for several cars at the entrance to a wind farm at W10110 69832. Head east up the wind farm track lea...

  
Track
Maumturk Manoeuvers In The Dark
GSheehy 3 weeks ago.
The full traverse of the Maumturks Challenge route is difficult on a good day and horrendous on a bad one.But, what’s walk, Len: 28.0km, Climb: 2118m, Area: Corcg, Maamturks (Ireland) Corcg, Cr||

  
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Bencroy: Harry Goodman visits
Harry Goodman 3 weeks ago.
I climbed Bencroy on 19 June 2008 as part of a circular walk over Slieve Anierin and Knockacullion. Although I walked to the summit at as shown on the Mountain Views list, I noted that this r...

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Letterettrin: Hill by the Fjord
TommyV 3 weeks ago.
Followed the second option mentioned by sandman which was spot on. Just a comment that smaller hills like this and nearby Lettershanbally provide really good alternative hikes if there is low...

  
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Lettershanbally: Fringes on the Maumturks
TommyV 3 weeks ago.
Followed the route provided by eamonoc but decided to head down the North side of the hill for a more direct approach to my car. Had to content with felled Coilte forest which is also replant...

  
Track
An easy climb with great views.
simon3 3 weeks ago.
Good parking, easy climb to a flattish top with the route overlooking all compass points. walk, Len: 6.1km, Climb: 377m, Area: Binn Shleibhe, Partry & Joyce (Ireland) Bi...

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Conigar SW Top: Spring wildflowers abloom...
Colin Murphy 3 weeks ago.
The hills in the area were carpeted with a multitude of spring wildflowers, including furze, marsh clover, heather, colourful mosses and veritable football pitch sized spreads of bog cotton.

  
Summit Summary
Conigar SW Top: Approach from SW.
Collaborative entry Last edit by: Colin Murphy 3 weeks ago.
One approach is from Gougane Barra, taking in Foilastookeen and Conigar itself. An alternative is to approach from the SW, parking at W04035 60935, just north of a religious grotto. Walk up t...

  
Summit Comment
Conigar: Pick a lough
Colin Murphy 3 weeks ago.
Approached Conigar from Gougane Barra via Foilastookeen. (See that entry for approach.) A track continues about 500m past Foilastookeen before veering off to the south, but from there it is a...


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