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Stob Coire na Tulaich: Pop into the most famous climbers pub in the highlands
Fergalh 2 months ago.
If in the area, this pub is a must for climbers. The local dish to try is Neeps Taties and Haggis (Turnip, Potatoes and Haggis) spacious inside and visited by many, many famous climbers from Mo...

  
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Stob Coire na Tulaich: Short detour on the climb of Buachaill Etive Mor
Fergalh 2 months ago.
On a climb of Buachaille Etive Mor (well documented already by others on Mountainviews) i took a detour to this summit. This can be climbed from the col just before the descent. A straightforwa...

  
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Coomclogherane Top: Nice perch over Lough Coomclogherane
markmjcampion 2 months ago.
I walked with minimal difficulty along the ridge from Knockbrack south top with fine views of Kenmare River and associated peaks and looking forward to the views of the nearby lake from the pea...

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Knockbrack South Top: A relaxing part of the world
markmjcampion 2 months ago.
Easy underfoot, great views and splendid isolation. I came at this hill from Knockbrack along a gently sloping ridge with no issues to report in terms of terrain. There's a couple of small sate...

  
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Knockbrack: Pleasant start to a fine circuit
markmjcampion 2 months ago.
I'd have to disagree with Conor74 here...I suppose we've all got different views and that's what makes the world go round. When I'm doing a small peak or a small round I like to include a road ...

  
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Urra Moor - Round Hill: View from near the summit looking at the ascent
Fergalh 2 months ago.
In essence from Clay Bank car park this hill has three distinct parts Clay Bank-Urra Moor- Round Hill (The summit)

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Urra Moor - Round Hill: Snowy view
Fergalh 2 months ago.
Despite not being on Mountainviews the steepness of Clay Bank and the views made this the best part of this trek. The car park is amongst the trees below the lower hill.

  
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Urra Moor - Round Hill: Long trek to summit
Fergalh 2 months ago.
Parked at Clay Bank Car park to the North West and followed track with wall to the left up over Clay Bank. This was a snowy windy day and from here the track was fully exposed to the North Sea ...

  
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Barns Cliff End: Long trek to summit
Fergalh 2 months ago.
Parked to the east on Reasty Hill at the car park to North Riding Forest Park. Followed track north west until the high point of track on a bend. Than a minor push through to the unmarked summi...

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Stony Leas - Louven Howe: Long trek to summit
Fergalh 2 months ago.
Parked to North east on A169 on large layby and followed track all the way to summit marked with a boundary stone


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