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Dessie1
2012-02-22 09:01:08
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jop68, if you click on track 788 on the track page the zig zag descent from Cnoc Na Toinne to Cronins Yard is logged on it.The track is of the Eastern Reeks so it might be a bit of a help if there are no alternatives!
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Summit Comment
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Colin Murphy a week ago.
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Slievenanee AA3
CaptainVertigo a week ago.
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Summit Comment
Castle Hill: Morning glory
Colin Murphy a week ago.
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Castle Hill: Castles in the air
Colin Murphy a week ago.
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Slieveanorra AA2
CaptainVertigo a week ago.
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Summit Summary
Cnoc na Toinne: Turn left at the top of the Ladder
Collaborative entry Last edit by: Onzy a week ago.
Cnoc na Toinne is an often overlooked saddle shaped peak nestling among giants of 900m+; nonetheless, at 845m it is higher than many more noted tops, including Mangerton, Nephin and Mweelrea. Giv...

  
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Aidy a week ago.
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Collaborative entry Last edit by: Peter Walker a week ago.
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Track
Knocklayd AA1
CaptainVertigo a week ago.
There are four Arderins in County Antrim. I imagine that mos walk, Length:4.4km, Climb: 369m, Area: Knocklayd, Antrim Hills (Ireland) Knocklayd


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