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nkenealy: Track 2046 in area near Luggala, Dublin/Wicklow (Ireland)
Luggala And Knocknacloghoge
Length: 10.8km, Creator time taken: 3h54m, Ascent: 703m,
Descent: 719m

Places: Start at O17197 06588, end at Start
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At the Sally Gap crossroads, Take a soft left along the R759 east (towards Kilmacanoge - Roundwood road). Parked about 100 metres North of the entrance to the Guinness Estate 53.105° N 6.28344° W Walk down the Guinnness Avenue down to the wooden bridge across the Cloghoge River. Take a right turn here and go over the stile and follow the path up Luggula. There's no real obvious summit at the top but you can see Djouce to the East and Mullaghcleevaun to the West. To head over to Knockcloghoge, there's a parh down at about 190 degrees (almost south). It's directly towards the summit of Knockcloghoge. The hardest part here is finding a place to cross Cloghoge Brook. I had to deviate a little to the right to come to a place where the brook divides in two with an island in the middle. I took a zig zag path up to the ridge but didn't go right to the summit and instead took a path which was leading back down towards the road which goes between Lough Tay and Lough Dan.

Uploaded on: Sun, 16 Dec 2012 (18:05:38)
Trackback: http://mountainviews.ie/track/2046/  
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