Routes – Commeragh, Galtys & Knockmealdown

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Date            Area                      Features on route
15/12/10     Commeragh            Mahon Falls – Fauscoum – top 792, spots 743, 751, 750, 730, 744, 668
28/12/10     Commeragh            Mahon Falls – Leachanthimlay – Coumfea – Comeraghmountain
06/02/11     Galtys                     Cullenagh Youth Hostel – Galtymore – Galtybeg – O’Loughlin’s Castle – Greenane
10/02/11     Commeragh            Nier valley – Curraghduff – Carrignagower – Cnoc An Aifrinn – The Gap
12/02/11     Galtys                     Temple Hill – Knockaterrif Beg – Lyracappul – Carrignabinnia – Carrigeen Mountain
14/02/11     Commeragh            Crohaun – Farbreaga – Cumaraghlinmountain – Seefin – Leachanthimlay – Comeraghmountain – Mahon Falls
02/03/11     Knockmealdown     Lynch Monument – Cruachan – Knockmeal  – Knocknafallia – Knocknagnauv – Knockmealdown –  Knockmoylan – Knockshane
20/03/11     Knockmealdown     The Gap – Knockuanaboulloga – Knockshanahullion – Knockclogga
19/05/12     Galtys                     Carrauntoohil & Galtymore
30/12/13     Galtys                     Galtymore & Knockeenatoung
31/12/13     Knockmealdown     Sugarloaf Hill
16/05/14     Commeragh            Coumshinagaun – Knockanaffrin (Conc an Aifrinn) – Knocksheegowna – Shauneenbreaga
03/02/15     Galtys                     Coolboy – Temple Hill – Lyracappul – Carrignabinnia – Slieve Cushbinnia – Galtymore – Road below Seefin
04/02/15     Galtys                     Rossadrehid – Knockastakeen – Cush – Corrigeen – Rossadrehid
16/09/17     Galtys                     Temple Hill – Knockaterriff Beg – Lyracappul – Carrigbrinnia
01/12/18     Galtys                     Laghtshanaquillia

Note: All walkers in the upland areas of Ireland should be aware that the weather conditions can change suddenly and that a nice day in a valley can be quite a different day on higher ground. Proper clothing and equipment are essential and on most hills it is advisable to carry a map and compass and be able to use them.  Explore More does not guarantee any of the route description or other information contained herein and accepts no responsibility for use of this information.

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