Author Topic: Three great ridges in The Magillycuddies Reeks  (Read 1209 times)

Stephen Mac

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Three great ridges in The Magillycuddies Reeks
« on: 14:12:55, 14/05/16 »
 O0 Just to prove that the sun does shine occasionally in the southwest of Ireland. Wonderful weather and great scrambling and a VDiff rock climb thrown in for good measure. Friday the 13th was a good day  8) http://howlingmist.blogspot.ie/2016/05/the-three-ridge-route-on-reeks.html
I hope you enjoy,
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midweekmountain

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Re: Three great ridges in The Magillycuddies Reeks
« Reply #1 on: 15:14:18, 27/05/16 »
I remenmber walking off the Reeks looking up at those ridges and thinking......some day!!!!!

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Re: Three great ridges in The Magillycuddies Reeks
« Reply #2 on: 23:54:33, 27/05/16 »
Howling Ridge is my favourite climb in Ireland. Excellent photos, place is stunning.
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Re: Three great ridges in The Magillycuddies Reeks
« Reply #3 on: 22:47:59, 30/05/16 »
Excellent Stephen O0


Those ridges look fantastic.


Are these generally climbers routes or ok for scramblers (Grade 1-2 etc).
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Stephen Mac

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Re: Three great ridges in The Magillycuddies Reeks
« Reply #4 on: 18:57:55, 03/06/16 »
Hi Domathome Two of the ridges are open for any reasonable scrambler but I would say stay away from Howling Ridge as it is graded at VDiff so rock climbing experience would be a good idea first.