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Trailtrekker: Track 2518 in area near Dublin/Wicklow (Ireland)
Dublin Mountains Challenge for Barretstown
Length: 41.7km, Creator time taken: 8h40m, Ascent: 1089m,
Descent: 1151m

Places: Start at O08476 26914, Tibradden Mountain, Two Rock Mountain, Carrickgollogan, end at O25328 21948 18km E from Start
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Following the current Dublin Mountain Way from Tallaght to Shankill. Trailheads are near the Maldron hotel in Sean Walsh Park and the back of Bradys Pub. The route goes over MV summits of Tibradden and Two Rock Mountain and Carrickgollan is only a slight detour off this route.

Suggested alternatives along the route would include detours to:
- St Annes on the eastern side of Glenasmole upper reservoir
- Hellfire Club/Montpellier Hill and Massey Estate
- Checking out the Lead Mines Chimney and Flue on the northern side of Carrickgollan
- The northern route around Rathmichael

Uploaded on: Wed, 28 May 2014 (12:08:26)
Trackback: http://mountainviews.ie/track/2518/  
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