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simon3: Track 1066 in area near Maulin, Dublin/Wicklow (Ireland)
Crone wood circuit with Maulin War Hill and Djouce.
Length: 16.5km, Creator time taken: 4h48m, Ascent: 999m,
Descent: 1007m

Places: Start at O19276 14177, Maulin, Tonduff East Top, War Hill, Djouce, end at Start
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This is another variation on an anticlockwise route from Crone Wood Carpark. After Maulin the walk heads up a low rise around 1km east of Tonduff and heads left and south before the final rise to that summit.
The advantage of this compared to heading more directly from Maulin is that the going up War Hill is shorter, the heather is shorter and there are a few paths.
This walk takes in the Coffin Stone and then heads East up Djouce, returning via the Glensoulan (Dargle) bridge.
It can be extended by actually going to Tonduff. It can be shortened by heading NE along the valley leading to the Dargle although this might not be passable in very wet weather.

Uploaded on: Sun, 22 Jan 2012 (21:31:53)
Trackback: http://mountainviews.ie/track/1066/  
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