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wicklore: Track 1868 in area near Cnoc Fola, Donegal NW (Ireland)
Quick ascent of Bloody Foreland
Length: 2.8km, Creator time taken: 47m00s, Ascent: 207m,
Descent: 205m

Places: Start at B83185 31019, Cnoc Fola, end at Start
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This is a quick route that can be done in the evening to get good views of the sunset over Bloody Foreland. Park on the main road or seek permission at one of the houses on the minor road. Follow the minor road until a gate. A local told me walkers can use this route. After the gate it is a straightforward walk up the hill over short heather where fine views can be had of the coast and inland to the Errigal - Muckish range. A return journey can be done in an hour, but if the weather is good you will want to linger longer for the fine views.

Uploaded on: Fri, 13 Jul 2012 (21:31:52)
Trackback: http://mountainviews.ie/track/1868/  
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