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Name:Djouce [Dioghais]
Hill number:20078
Height:725m / 2379ft
RHB Section:55B: Wicklow Hills N
Hill area:Dublin/Wicklow
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Hewitt, Dillon,
Vandeleur-Lynam, Arderin
Grid ref:O178103 (est)
Col:522m  O138143  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 56

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 42 users)ByDate of Ascent
Wet walk with Suzanne from the JB Malone Car Park. Circuit including War Hilldc9619/10/2019
Used The Wicklow Way from the South west.IanHHill09/10/2018
Short and sweetTonyandsue28/07/2017
Summit 4 on a loop walk. 3hrs 45mins - 16.70kms. Took the track as on map to the Summit of Maulin 570m, then to Tonduff 642m and around to War Hill 686m and finally Djouce Mountain 725m finish back where i started. Cloud, rain and boggy!simoburn15/01/2014
Met a big Dublin walking gang up here - very friendlynickywood119/04/2013
Parked the hire car in car park off the R759 just east of Lough Tay grid ref 170073. Walked there and back via Wicklow Way - mostly on railway sleepers laid to counteract the boggy land, a very effective method to create a dry path! Excellent summit with 360 degree views. Accompanied by hill bagger and wife judy55cat.G4OBK (Phil)09/01/2013
Had planned on doing Mullaghcleeevaun today but on crossing the top of the waterfall fell in and got saturated. Drove around trying to find a pair of socks and ended up doing DJouce on our way back to Dublin. Was a fabulous day for it and the rain kept ofLizzie Murray13/04/2012
Last big climb of the Wicklow RoundPN_Runner05/06/2009
a, with wife, mist and rain, 7.1 miles, from cp on the r759, followed the wicklow way up onto white hill and into the mist, from the railway sleepers we took a clear path up to Djouce summit, then continued round towards a col, crossed peat hagsand climbed up onto the summit of war hill. returned to the col and the coffin stone, a re ascent of djouce and the path back to the wicklow way.rum doodle 12/10/2008
trig perched on fine rock outcrop, misty view. c/w circuit from 192142, good view of Powerscourt Waterfall from path RHW21/04/2005
Also with Glenwalk on 20/01/2002.tallscottishguy20/05/2001
Lindsay M08/02/2011
David Purchase17/04/2005
Martin R07/09/2003
Swindon Bagger01/06/2000
ed cody10/05/1974