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simoburn: Track 2712 in area near Gowlbeg Mountain, Caha Mountains (Ireland)
PMG Walk 49 - North Beara
Length: 45.1km, Creator time taken: 11h29m, Ascent: 2403m,
Descent: 2473m

Places: Start at V90061 51945, Gowlbeg Mountain, Sugarloaf Mountain, Sugarloaf Mtn West Top, Sugarloaf Mtn Far West Top, Nareera, Nareera North Top, Glenkeel Top, Knockeirky, Cushnaficulla, Knockowen, Stookeennalackareha, Knockastumpa, Cummeenbaun, Droppa, Caha South-East Top, Caha Far South-East Top, Killane Mountain South-West Top, Killane Mountain, Baurearagh Mountain, Turners Rock, end at V92836 56371 5.2km NE from Start
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PMG Walk 49 - North Beara

Uploaded on: Wed, 1 Oct 2014 (21:28:34)
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