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Peter Walker: Track 2525 in area near Crockalough, Antrim Hills (Ireland)
Crockalough
Length: 2.1km, Creator time taken: 41m21s, Ascent: 76m,
Descent: 85m

Places: Start at D20101 23181, Crockalough, end at D19831 22963 348m SW from Start
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As straightforward a route as can be envisaged, but bear in mind parking is really awkward at the start. On the E side of the B14 a gateway (occupied by a somewhat stagnant stream) leads onto the hill over a disused railway. A boggy plod leads to the skyline and the task of identifying the highest point.

Uploaded on: Mon, 5 May 2014 (08:46:08)
Trackback: http://mountainviews.ie/track/2525/  
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