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CaptainVertigo: Track 2439 in area near Brockagh Mountain, Dublin/Wicklow (Ireland)
Brockagh Mountain
Length: 2.6km, Creator time taken: 56m46s, Ascent: 271m,
Descent: 262m

Places: Start at T09781 98518, Brockagh Mountain, end at Start
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The only way you'll ever ascend this one on it's own is if you accidentally leave it out of the various natural circuits to which it belongs. That's what happened to me, so it was more a case of getting it "done" for List purposes than anything else. I went in the early morning and was pleasantly surprised with the 360 degree vistas. I parked at the entrance to the old mine on the road from Laragh to the Wicklow Gap and simply went straight up, and down. Two things to watch out for. I suspect that not many walk this way so there'll be times when you will have to wade through heather with no obvious path, and , more importantly, there are a couple of places where you can break a leg or worse because the heather camouflages massive holes. I almost came a cropper during a somewhat exuberant descent!

Uploaded on: Sun, 13 Apr 2014 (09:49:06)
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