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simon3: Track 1287 in area near Ballykildea Mountain, Shannon (Ireland)
Moylussa Car Split
Length: 18.4km, Creator time taken: 6h15m, Ascent: 849m,
Descent: 625m

Places: Start at R68710 76301, Ballykildea Mountain, Moylussa, Cragnamurragh, Glennagalliagh Mountain, end at R63949 72584 6km SW from Start
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Starting in the Ballycuggeran Woods which has a car park this route takes in both of the ridges to the south of Moylussa with four listed summits. The route to the west of Feenlea Mountain could be improved.
The route stops on the "Gap Road" L7080 where it is possible to leave a few cars.

Uploaded on: Sat, 25 Feb 2012 (07:23:38)
Trackback: http://mountainviews.ie/track/1287/  
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