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Garmin: Track 2055 in area near Scalp Mountain, Inishowen (Ireland)
Scalp mountain Donegal by the easy route.
Length: 7.3km, Creator time taken: 2h23m, Ascent: 375m,
Descent: 258m

Places: Start at C39687 24906, Scalp Mountain, end at C39036 25424 832m NW from Start
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An enjoyable Sunday morning walk to the top of Scalp via the road access to the communication masts at the top. Unfortunately the top 25% was in cloud and so a very wet (and windy) atmosphere. Didnt spoil the walk though and the views of Inch Island, Lough Swilley and Lough Foyle as we came down out of the clowds were excellent.

Uploaded on: Mon, 7 Jan 2013 (19:10:42)
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