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Summit Summary
Crockalougha: Dull summit, limited views.
Collaborative entry Last edit by: Colin Murphy a month ago.
Parking for multiple cars across the road from H7255099700. Follow the meandering track north to point C7220700786. Keep an eye out for a straight, grassy line running NW towards the summit. ...

  
Summit Comment
Benbulbin South-East Top: Crowberry
pdtempan a month ago.
Found crowberry (Empetrum nigrum) growing on Benbulben South-East top in mid-October 2021 (too late for any berries). Did this peak along with Annacoona Top, Benbulbin (main summit) and Kings...

  
Summit Comment
Crockalougha: Crockalougha
Harry Goodman a month ago.
As I was in the area on 13 April to climb a couple of other hills and was passing Crockalougha,the last remaining top on my Local 100 List, I took trhe opportunity to climb it. I parked at th...

Summit Comment
Mullaghsallagh: Squelch city
Colin Murphy a month ago.
We approached this hill from Craigagh and Spelhoag (ignoring the previously bagged Oughtmore.) The initial descent from Spelhoag was across grassy, mostly firm terrain with some decent views,...

  
Track
Cnoc na Peiste from Black Valley
HighVibes a month ago.
walk, Len: 8.8km, Climb: 950m, Area: Cnoc na Piste, MacGillycuddy's Reeks (Irel...

  
Summit Summary
Mullaghsallagh: Dull summit, boggy terrain.
Collaborative entry Last edit by: Colin Murphy a month ago.
The simplest place to start is from the track at 704 943 C, although parking is very tight here (there is room to park 1km west on the right beside a gate). Follow the gently rising track up ...

Bibliography
Ghosts of Everest by Hemmleb, Jochem
Dessie1 3 weeks ago.
1st book of 2 which details an excellent account of the search for Mallory and Irvine on Everest

  
Summit Summary
Spelhoagh: Access via Craigagh
Collaborative entry Last edit by: Colin Murphy a month ago.
Parking for a couple of cars at H718 997 A at the start of a track, which leads directly to the summit of Craigagh. From there turn west and cross the deep gully to H 714 988, then turn SW an...

  
Summit Comment
Craigagh Hill: Nothing to see here...
Colin Murphy a month ago.
Like many of the Sperrins, Craigagh is an unremarkable hill with a flattish top. Topographically the only interesting part is the gully that separates it from the northern flank of Spelhoag (...

Summit Comment
Cushbawn: Access issue from Macreddin
DecFr a month ago.
As of 25/10/2021 the trail described from Macreddin is blocked by two deep and wide drainage ditches, piled bouldersand felled trees. There is also a signs indicating Private Property, Keep O...

  
Summit Comment
Coumfea: Track all the way to the top
Bunsen7 a month ago.
There are fantastic views from this top of the Coum and the Nire Valley. It is also relatively easy to reach. There is a farmer's track which leads all the way up from the Nire Valley, and in...

  
Track
Mournes: Bearnagh, Meelmore & Meelbeg
Onzy a month ago.
Fairly standard round of these 3 notables in the Mournes. One interesting feature is the ascent via the NW spur o... walk, Len: 12.7km, Climb: 1184m, Area: Slieve Meelbeg, Mourne Mountains (Irela|...


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