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CaptainVertigo: Track 2649 in area near Barnanageehy, Slieve Mish (Ireland)
Through the Teletowers?
Length: 8.4km, Creator time taken: 2h16m, Ascent: 385m,
Descent: 390m

Places: Start at Q83514 07796, Barnanageehy, end at Start
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This route is unlikely to enthuse anyone but summiteers. It has already been uploaded by Onzy but I have certain concerns. Jackill, in the Short Summary, quite correctly warns us that we may cross through the middle of telecommunications towers at the beginning of the day. I believe that his concerns are well founded. These are active functioning pieces of electrical equipment which stand in a fenced off area. Despite the fact that it was pelting rain as I descended I sanctimoniously went around the area of functioning equipment. Although I had lost my trespass virginity on the way up, I purred contentedly as I restored it on the way down. Speaking of lost virginity, one of the charming features of the generous carpark was the evidence of reproductive activity that abounded in the grass fringes. I think we can rely on the youth to keep the show on the road. Although strictly speaking the artifacts I noted were indicative of a desire to inhibit the growth of the population rather than to propagate it.

Uploaded on: Sun, 24 Aug 2014 (16:53:05)
Trackback: http://mountainviews.ie/track/2649/  
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