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Summit Comment
Lugnaquilla: Wales visible from Lugnaquilla 19/12/2021
Bunsen7 a month ago.
Sunday 19/12/2021 was a strange day for weather. To be able to see Wales from the top of Lug was surreal. I spoke to some locals from Donard in Fenton's in the Glen of Imaal and they told me ...

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

  
Track
Howth Figure-8 Hike
BrianKennan a month ago.
This thoroughly enjoyable walk starts and ends at Howth Dart station and takes in some wonderful sights at the Howth... walk, Len: 18.1km, Climb: 478m, Area: Ben of Howth, Dublin (Ireland) Ben of H||

Summit Comment
Greenoge: Approach from Croaghaun
Colin Murphy a month ago.
Did as a looped two-hill walk, approaching from Croaghaun to the west. From there I followed a good forest track east over Kilbrannish Hill, which seemed to end when I reached S854 576, the w...

  
Summit Comment
Croaghaun: Some megalithic interest
Colin Murphy a month ago.
Not a particularly attractive hill, but easily accessible. I did a loop walk taking in Greenoge along a good forest track across Kilbrannish Hill. One interesting aspect of Croaghaun is the p...

  
Summit Comment
Carrigroe: Summit high point.
Colin Murphy a month ago.
The highpoint of this hill is marked by a pile of rocks to the right of the track when approaching from north, although I actually measured a slightly higher spot on the bank of heather oppos...

Track
Glenview, Great Sugarloaf, Sugarlump, Little Sugarloaf loop
BrianKennan a month ago.
This trail is full of optional elements. Setting out from the carpark of the Glenview hotel, you have the option of ... walk, Len: 14.3km, Climb: 742m, Area: Great Sugar Loaf, Wicklow (Ireland) Gre||

  
Summit Summary
Carrigroe: A waypoint on the way to somewhere else
Collaborative entry Last edit by: Colin Murphy a month ago.
Carrigroe is situated midway along the ridge that extends south from Blackstairs Mountain, between Carrigalachan and Bran Scultair. It is unlikely to be climbed on its own, and will probably ...

  
Forum: General
Mist on Two Rock on a clear blue day
tomlug48 a month ago.
Heading towards Glencullen from Fairy Castle

Summit Comment
Carrigalachan: Hold your horses
Colin Murphy a month ago.
Did this as part of a double-bag, taking in this summit and Carrigroe. On the approach from the col with Blackstairs Mountain I encountered about 6 horses happily chewing away in the heather,...

  
Summit Summary
Carrigalachan: Good tracks in approach from SE.
Collaborative entry Last edit by: Colin Murphy a month ago.
One approach is from the SE. There is room to park for a couple of cars at the end of a road at S 809 410. A forest track leads away to the right, and there is also room for another two cars ...

  
Summit Comment
Spinans Hill: From Spinans through the forest
hibby a month ago.
I made my way from Spinans summit to Spinans SE Top, taking the suggested route through the forest at its narrowest point. The forest is very open and is easy and pleasant to walk through. It...


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