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simon3: Track 2413 in area near Slieve Beagh South East Top, Fermanagh/S Tyrone (Ireland)
Monaghan highpoint from the east.
Length: 10.2km, Creator time taken: 2h46m, Ascent: 164m,
Descent: 117m

Places: Start at H56232 43119, Slieve Beagh South East Top, end at Start
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One way of reaching Slieve Beagh South East Top, probably not the quickest, is to start from a small parking area to the east and then walk over the rough bogland to the top. The initial part of the walk can use what looks like a Land Commission road that heads NW for about 700m. After that there are a few boggy tracks evidently made by turf harvesters, however the going is often difficult over spongy hummocky land. Keeping to the higher ground as on the return trip shown makes for shorter vegetation.

Uploaded on: Mon, 7 Oct 2013 (09:24:24)
Trackback: http://mountainviews.ie/track/2413/  
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