How to get there:
The mountain is in the district of Wicklow about 60 km south
of Dublin. The nearest town is Glendalough.
My memory of this hike is not very clear. We did not find
a trail, there were few trees and some local fields of rocks.
We hiked a different route up and down. It was an easy hike.
The name originates from "Log na Coille" = "hollow of the cocks".
I did this hike with a (small) group of international
friends, Rob Schreiber from California, Elizabeth Jessup from
Colorado and David Keyes from Virginia.
We hiked passing a sign reading "Poissoned Valley",
but continued to climb the high point ahead. Our rental car for the
day turned out to be more expensive than to hire a taxi with driver
for a full day.