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Track
Grand Canal: Tullamore to Shannon Harbour
Onzy a month ago.
Final stage of a 4-stage walk of the Grand Canal - Tullamore to Shannon Harbour walk, Len: 36.6km, Climb: 75m, Area: South East Midlands (Ireland) ||

  
Summit Summary
Bessy Bell: Easy but rewarding
Collaborative entry Last edit by: pdtempan a month ago.
A wedge of high ground between the valley of the Strule River on the east side and the Baronscourt estate on the north-west side. Bessy Bell/Sliabh Troim is traversed by a number of forest ro...

  
Bibliography
Ireland's Best Walks - A Walking Guide by Fairbairn, Helen
aidand 2 months ago.
224 pages, many full colour photographs. The book describes 65 walks throughout Ireland. Each walk has an outline map and full route description.

Summit Comment
Bessy Bell: Ar Sliabh Troim den tríú huair i mbliain
pdtempan a month ago.
Tá aithne mhaith agam ar Shliabh Troim de réir a chéile. Ba é seo mo thríú cuairt i mbliain, agus mé ag siúil le beirt eile ó Phobal ar a'n Iúl. Shocraigh muid dul i ngleic leis ón taobh thoi...

  
Summit Comment
Kilfarrasy Hill: Limited Options here
jgfitz a month ago.
I recently uploaded The Anne Valley Nature Walk, #4579 which goes inland from Annestown Beach. My later objective was to extend this walk to include a coastal path from Kilfarrasy to Annestow...

  
Track
Exploring Carrick Mountain from Glenealy
jgfitz a month ago.
Reports that I had read about Carrick Mountain mentioned the difficulty of finding the summit because of the forestry pl walk, Len: 11.2km, Climb: 457m, Area: Wicklow (Ireland) ||

Summit Comment
Croaghmoyle: Walk, don't drive!
Harry Goodman a month ago.
On 22 June 2011 we parked at M0995094300 (as recommended by three5four0). From here we followed the forestry access road running more or less due N. After an initial gentle walk uphill throug...

  
Summit Comment
Farbreague: Hillus horribilus
Colin Murphy a month ago.
Here's what NOT to do! Having approached from Garraunbaun, the col between the two hills proved fairly ropey in terms of its marshy/muddy nature. Not wishing to go through it again this time ...

  
Forum: General
Two Rock Mountain
tomlug48 a month ago.
A crisp and clear blue day on Two Rock mountain with beautiful cloud and mist patterns .

Summit Summary
Farbreague: Approach via Garraunbaun
Collaborative entry Last edit by: Colin Murphy a month ago.
Probably the simplest approach is via the neighbouring Garraunbaun, parking at the start of a forest road at S 204 942. Continue up to the T-junction and just ahead, slightly to the left ther...

  
Track
Anne Valley Nature Walk, Waterford
jgfitz a month ago.
This nature trail is described in an article that I wrote in The Summit Annual, 2020. So, I won't repeat the descri walk, Len: 11.5km, Climb: 134m, Area: Waterford Coastal Hill (Ireland) ||

  
Summit Comment
Garraunbaun: Looking the other way
Colin Murphy a month ago.
The French writer Guy de Maupassant said that he had lunch in the Eiffel Tower frequently as it was the only place in Paris that he didn't have to look at the thing. I feel much the same abou...


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