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MountainViews Newsletter Article Index

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jimbloomer and the Abney level Simon Stewart 1 Sep 2010 Use of an Abney levels for ascertaining the location of the high point of a hill Link >>>
And another county high point mystery. paulocon  1 Nov 2009 Issues around the definition of count high points Link >>>
Getting old? Aim high! David Kirk 1 Nov 2009 Setting a personal annual challenge Link >>>
Carrauntoohil & MacGillycuddy's Reeks by Jim Ryan Paul Tempan 1 Mar 2009 Book Review: Carrauntoohil & MacGillycuddy's Reeks by Jim Ryan Link >>>
Resourcing Hillwalkers and the MCI Simon Stewart 1 Mar 2008  An opinion piece about the relevance of the changing MCI to hillwalking and walking in Ireland Link >>>
A great rant about the inconsistencies of hill-walking with the ethics of Saving the Planet from Glo weedavie 1 Nov 2007 How hill walkers are contributing to global warming Link >>>
Comeragh Challenge Jim Holmes 1 Aug 2007 Report on the 2007 Comeragh Challenge Link >>>
No Parking Here Bleck Cra 1 Jul 2007 Debate for-or-against Mourne National Park Link >>>
Bleck Cra's blowhole david kirk 1 Jul 2007 Explanation for the blasting on Binnian's North Tor Link >>>
Mountain reconstruction on Binnian's North Tor Bleck Cra 1 Jun 2007 Blasting on Binnian's North Tor Link >>>
Scotland – A Slight Return weedavie 1 May 2007 Introduction to Scottish Mountains Link >>>
Winter Walking weedavie 1 Apr 2007 Tips on hillwalking in winter Link >>>
The delights of traditional navigation weedavie 1 Feb 2007 Use of map and compass for navigation Link >>>
Following in the Footsteps of the Four Famous Flannerys by John Mulligan Simon Stewart 1 Jan 2007 Book Review: Following in the Footsteps of the Four Famous Flannerys by John Mulligan Link >>>

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Index last update on 2023-05-08 for 509 items

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