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Onzy: Track 2391 in area near Fear Breagach, Ballyhoura Mountains (Ireland)
Fear Breagach (Ballyhoura)
Length: 3.9km, Creator time taken: 1h 9m, Ascent: 146m,
Descent: 104m

Places: Start at R70305 20014, Fear Breagach, end at R70397 20325 324m N from Start
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Up and down to Fear Breagach on the day after a huge storm had reconfigured the forest and scattered debris over anything resembling a path. The resulting track is very confused and shows a couple of dead ends - due mostly to my inept route finding - in fairness however, the storm had the place in tatters with most of the tracks blocked at some point.

The key to getting to the top lies in arriving at R7065920358 - from here a faint track leads into the forest - the wanderings indicated on my route are as a result of fallen trees.

Uploaded on: Thu, 13 Feb 2014 (21:28:40)
Trackback: http://mountainviews.ie/track/2391/  
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