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Irish Peaks Mountaineering Ireland. A celebration of Ireland's Highest Mountains. Detailed guide to over 70 summits all over Ireland. | a mountain store for adventurous people.
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Irish Peaks Mountaineering Ireland


Mountaineering Ireland is delighted to announce that Irish Peaks, our new guidebook for those who love the Irish mountains.

Irish Peaks is a large-format book, making it an ideal gift or coffee table book. Celebrating Ireland’s highest mountains through an inspiring collection of 71 hillwalking routes, covering all of Ireland’s main mountain areas. The route descriptions, which are accompanied by stunning photographs, which were contributed by Mountaineering Ireland members. Each route is accompanied by a map. The book includes a substantial introduction to Ireland’s mountain environment, as well as advice on access and safety in the mountains.

Irish Peaks Mountaineering Ireland

Mountaineering Ireland acknowledges the continued support of landowners, without whose generosity and tolerance hillwalking as an activity would not be possible. Readers of Irish Peaks are urged to take responsibility for their own safety, to enjoy the mountains with care for the natural environment, and to have respect for those who own the land and for local communities.

The Irish Peaks book is based on the MountainViews list of Ireland’s Highest Hundred mountains, (with a drop of at least 100 metres between peaks). The Highest Hundred list and the Vandeleur-Lynam list, both launched by MountainViews in 2009, built on work that Joss Lynam had done in compiling lists of Ireland’s mountains.