I'm a dosser who takes pictures of inane scenary thread


#822

Those pics look savage. Would it normally be rough there?


#823

no wouldnt be rough on the Baginbun side at all, other side would be choppy enough in bad weather alright. But nothing crazy either.


#824

very rough closer to and in Fethard.


#825


#826

Where am I


#827

Ballingarry (Limerick).
The sun sets fierce early there


#828

The skyline of county Limerick is dominated by Protestant curches.


#829

Hardly. Far more in tipp.
Where is that, knockainey?


#830

The Drive from Glenagarriff to Castletownbere is absolutely stunning in this weather.
Adrigole Gaa ground has some views around. :clap::clap:


#831

Ballingarry with the lethal summit of Knockfierna in the background


#832

Correct. From the steps of the mustard seed


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#834

Heading off to Killarney and around for a few days tomorrow.
Anybody know of a good mountain to climb (walk up) with a kid (11) that’s fairly straightforward? I remember doing Mangerton years ago and think it was handy, I’d rather just do it at our own pace than one of those guided tours.


#835

Go up the cardiac steps


#836

Did most of that last year with one on my shoulders,


#837

Decent workout! Its worth the effort


#838

Strickin is a relatively handy walk as well. Few years since i did it. its one of the reeks and entire is def less than 10k walking. Would be manageable with kids Id say. We parked at Kate kearneys and went from there


#839

You can walk up a loop around Torc.


#840

Was kind of hoping to do one of the Reeks if it was handy enough, just something with an easily followed path and no real climbing


#841

I’ve ran Strickeen and that’s a nice one. I also ran/hiked mangerton before but found it torture. I had torn some ankle ligaments about 3 hours before that though