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Mulciber: Track 1536 in area near Scarr, Dublin/Wicklow (Ireland)
Glendalough Butterfly.....
Length: 38.6km, Creator time taken: 9h 4m, Ascent: 1350m,
Descent: 1425m

Places: Start at T12780 97029, Scarr, Scarr North-West Top, Tonelagee NE Top, Tonelagee, Tonlagee South-East Top, Brockagh Mountain North-West Top, Brockagh Mountain, Camaderry South East Top, Camaderry Mountain, Tomaneena, Lugduff, Lugduff SE Top, end at T12622 96825 258m SW from Start
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A nice easy start along the Wicklow Way and on to Scarr, down and up to Tonelagee then along to Brockage and the third climb of the day to Camaderry. Then around you go to Lugduff, turn at the forest and down to the 4e car park about a hour away. For added distance keep on and head for Mullacor and
Derrybawn.......

Uploaded on: Sun, 22 Apr 2012 (08:14:30)
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