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Name:Kippure [Cipiur]
Hill number:20060
Height:757m / 2484ft
RHB Section:55B: Wicklow Hills N
County/UA:South Dublin, Wicklow
Hill area:Dublin/Wicklow
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Hewitt, Historic County Top,
Current County/UA Top, Dillon, Vandeleur-Lynam, Arderin
(Ma,Hu,Sim,Hew,CoH,CoU,Dil,VL,A)
Grid ref:O 11568 15462
Summit feature:trig point
Drop:264m
Col:493m  O129110  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 56
Survey:obvious summit
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill
Notes:
  • Dublin historic county top
  • South Dublin current county/UA top

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 50 users)ByDate of Ascent
Walked up the mobile phone access road.IanHHill09/10/2018
Early startTonyandsue28/07/2017
I Parked to the N then along obvious route, first along hard path, then across peat bog, not the most interesting of paths, Pillar is in good condition and located just outside huge mast compound, the views (if you ignore the mast) are great from the top in all directions, right over to the Mournes in NI i could make out Slieve Donnard (where i was last week) This is a hill with a lot going for it. Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Hewitt, Historic County Top, Current County/UA Top, Dillon, Arderin, Vandeleur-Lynam (Ma,Hu,Sim,Hew,CoH,CoU,Dil,A,VL) and only three trig visits in 13 years 7 years apart.griefmiester20/06/2017
Glenmalure YH to Jobstown, mainly on The Lug Walk Classic. 52km, +/-2400m, 16 hours.PGCE21/07/2015
With GB along the tarmac service road in just over one and a half hours.bolton13/09/2014
Parked by locked barrier of the RTE NL access road on the R115 (O14120 141750) - Went up the access road to the transmitter compound - Walked around the compound to the trig point. (PM)gerrybowes13/09/2014
Summit 5 on a loop walk. 21.8kms - 5hrs 8mins. Seahan 647m, Corrig Mtn 617m, Seefingan 723m, Seefin 621m, Kippure 757m!simoburn17/01/2014
Parked at the bottom security gate and made our way up the road. Was a cold and windy day at the start of the ascent but by the time we were making our way back down it had brightened up somewhat much to our delight :)Lizzie Murray31/03/2012
Easy walk up RTE road to summit. With two other county tops todaynickywood128/04/2010
fa, 3 in party, climbed on the way past to a weekend away, mistyrum doodle 19/09/2009
1st top of the Wicklow Round, a 110km round of wicklow with 5500m climb. Taken in the pitch black at 3:15amPN_Runner05/06/2009
Uneventful and pretty boring. The surrounding countryside and drive there was lovely. We just walked up the mast road...Audi-Anne02/11/2008
Quick dash up the track in miserable weatherRhayader_wander29/07/2004
I made my ascent from the Dodder Valley (MR O 125194) rather than walk up the TV transmitter access road. Initially the path was difficult due to high and dense bracken cover. However once out on the open moorland I simply headed SW and used the TV mastHarry Goodman12/07/2004
fine hill despite transmitter; sighted from the UK trig network (has a good view then!). walk road from locked gate to E RHW30/05/2004
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