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Dublin Area   S: Kippure & Kilbride Subarea
Place count in area: 18, OSI/LPS Maps: 43, 50, 56, AWW 
Highest place:
Kippure, 757m
Maximum height for area: 757 metres,     Maximum prominence for area: 262 metres,

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Seefin Mountain Suí Finn A name in Irish (Ir. Suí Finn [PNCW*], 'Fionn’s seat') Wicklow County in Leinster Province, in Arderin Beg, Vandeleur-Lynam Lists, Pale grey fine to coarse-grained granite Bedrock

Height: 620.6m OS 1:50k Mapsheet: 56 Grid Reference: O07397 16251
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Longitude: -6.394181, Latitude: 53.186149 , Easting: 307397, Northing: 216251 Prominence: 22.34m,  Isolation: 1.5km
ITM: 707322 716281,   GPS IDs, 6 char: See621, 10 char: Seefin 621
Bedrock type: Pale grey fine to coarse-grained granite, (Type 2e equigranular)

There is an impressive megalithic cairn on Seefin. It is still possible to enter it, although the roof has collapsed at the centre.   Seefin is the 253rd highest place in Ireland. Seefin is the second most southerly summit in the Dublin area.

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Picture: tomb entrance
first climb
by wild_brian  24 Oct 2015
new to MountainViews so just wanted to weigh in with my expierence. only getting into the walks/hikes. parked at kippure estate and walked up the right hand side road off the r759 for 10-15 mins until i came across the entrance to the forest and from there followed the winding road until i seen the rocky trail and water dripping down. thought to myself that surely this was the way to the top and i was correct. after a hard nights rain it was quite slippy and marshy in places. made it a little tougher than i expected but still moderate exertion level. i was full sure there was a "shortcut" to kippure estate and took obviously the wrong was on a bend where there was old vehicle tracks and a lot of old cut down branches. had to retrace my steps and go back the way i came.
opinions and advice welcome total time was 2 hours Linkback:
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Picture: Seefin Tomb
darrenf on Seefin, 2009
by darrenf  26 Jul 2009
Climbed Seefin on Friday 19th June 09 on a somewhat overcast day. As described below I parked at a laybay O 068 154 starA, although there are numerous similar small laybys along the road which would be suitable for two/three cars. From this point I crossed the road and follwed the forest edge on a well established track toward seefin. The track does swing around the forest hald way up seefin and begins to level out. At this point one could decide to leave the track and scramble directly up seefin but I chose to stick with the track and follow it around the southern face of seefin. To my delight numerous deer bounded out in front of me looking somewhat starteled to have a guest on a weekday!! The track eventually continues around and then takes you up seefin and right toward the fine tomb which stands proud on the summit. The ground conditions were quite good and firm under foot. From here I continued on to Seefingan Linkback:
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"Megalithic Fallout Shelter"
by sev  16 Nov 2018
Wicklow Mountains - Megalithic tomb on Seefin Mt. Linkback:
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Picture: Looking to Blessington lake from Seefin summit.
If you haven't you should...!
by markod  30 Dec 2014
Walked the Kilbride loop with the family on 28th Dec '14. These are mountains I have overlooked for many years and was pleasantly surprised at the lack of use/wear on the tracks and the views from all of the peaks. This walk took a shade over 4 hours with two kids (12 & 8 note: they have many days and experience hill walking) Added to the relative ease of the walk and the views are the passage graves and cairns on top of 3 of the 4 peaks. Some advice I was given before leaving was to park the car at the large gates entering the range as this is also opposite the local farm where it can be seen...... Also we walked it in bright low sunshine so counterclockwise meant the sun was at our backs for the most part. Linkback:
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