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Jim Holmes: Track 2902 in area near Laghtnafrankee, Comeragh Mountains (Ireland)
The Comeragh Crossing Challenge Walk
Length: 42.1km, Creator time taken: 8h53m, Ascent: 1765m,
Descent: 1753m

Places: Start at S22253 21743, Laghtnafrankee, Knocksheegowna, Carrignagower, Fauscoum, Coumfea, Seefin, Coumaraglin Mountain, Crohaun, end at X27536 97122 25km S from Start
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The Comeragh Crossing, as hosted by Dungarvan Hillwalking Club is a very popular date within the calendar that traverses the beautiful Comeragh Mountains. The day never disappoints as it affords wondrous vistas of hidden valleys and enchanting coums. Just short of 40km and with an ascent of over 2000m - it is a full days potter!
Jim Holmes.

Uploaded on: Tue, 5 May 2015 (20:44:23)
Trackback: http://mountainviews.ie/track/2902/  
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