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simon3: Track 2292 in area near Dublin/Wicklow (Ireland)
Fenton's, Lugnaquillia, Camenabologue
Length: 19.3km, Creator time taken: 4h50m, Ascent: 893m,
Descent: 890m

Places: Start at S97336 93586, Lugnaquilla, Camenabologue, end at Start
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This triangular walk starts from the vicinity of Fenton's Pub at which there is a certain amount of casual parking. (Always have something at the pub if parking around here, please.) It's then straight up Camara Hill and up Lug. (Note: sometimes this route is closed due to Army activity.) There's a little relief from the climbing as you get onto Camara Hill. From Lug take the north route as shown until you can turn left at the allowed point through the Army lands as shown. When on top of Camenabologue look out for Keadeen, the 653m peak to the west of Lug. If you can see a summit above and very slightly to the left of it, you are looking at Slievenamon (721m) 97km away. Sorry, off the hill, it's a bit of a road walk back to Fenton's.

Uploaded on: Mon, 12 Aug 2013 (10:13:20)
Trackback: http://mountainviews.ie/track/2292/  
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