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Peter Walker: Track 2168 in area near Slieve Beagh, Fermanagh/S Tyrone (Ireland)
Slieve Beagh
Length: 8.7km, Creator time taken: 1h58m, Ascent: 195m,
Descent: 217m

Places: Start at H54960 41879, Slieve Beagh, Slieve Beagh South East Top, end at H55403 41572 539m SE from Start
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A walk over the plateau to the SE Top (County Monaghans high point) and the main summit. Our visit was on a clear, settled day; ideal conditions for appreciating what a barrel of laughs this area would be with the mist down. No compass work was needed on our part, just the occasional glance at the map to make sure we were maintaining our direction, but in poor visibility you would need to be pretty accurate to link the (minimal) landmarks that make up the route. Conditions underfoot are damp rather than saturated, although it pays to stay alert.
Slieve Beagh...so much to see and do
From some perspectives the ascent of Slieve Beagh is a terrible hillwalk. Do not be put off...it is rather memorable for all that.

Uploaded on: Fri, 10 May 2013 (21:31:21)
Trackback: http://mountainviews.ie/track/2168/  
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