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Peter Walker: Track 2205 in area near Trostan, Antrim Hills (Ireland)
Trostan from the west
Length: 6.0km, Creator time taken: 1h24m, Ascent: 228m,
Descent: 245m

Places: Start at D15666 23822, Trostan, end at Start
Logged as completed by 1
The route mainly utilises the waymarked Moyle Way, crossing the fence (stile) and turning left at the ridge before using another stile higher up to access the interesting summit area.

In clear weather the footfalls of those who have come this way before are reasonably obvious; in mist one might find that the waymarks are MUCH too far apart to be sufficient to navigate by. The lower ground is very wet in parts, and the upper slopes are somewhat peat-hagged (but easier).

Uploaded on: Sun, 26 May 2013 (21:29:52)
Trackback: http://mountainviews.ie/track/2205/  
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