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wicklore: Track 2960 in area near Seefingan, Dublin/Wicklow (Ireland)
New route in old territory
Length: 11.2km, Creator time taken: 3h53m, Ascent: 471m,
Descent: 489m

Places: Start at O09099 14168, Seefingan, Seefin, end at Start
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The Kilbride Rifle Range circuit is a well worn favourite for many walkers that takes in several summits. for variety, I have also tried to find routes that take in these summits individually or in pairs. I achieved this for CorrIg and Seefin previously, and now I tackled Seefingan. strating from a forest entrance to the south, follow a good track north (keeping left at one junction) until it runs out. Then it's good old legwork to climb up the tussocky, heathery slopes to emerge onto the plateau between Seefingan and Kippure. A traditional mucky saunter in this most boggy of places will get you to Seefingan. I followed the straightforward track on to Seefin before descending south on a good track. I spotted my third common lizard on this track (having previously seen them on Tonduff in Wicklow and Hangmans Hill in Leitrim). Reaching the road it was a leisurely couple of kilometers back to the car which allowed me take in all the domestic and wild life along the route.

Uploaded on: Sun, 31 May 2015 (15:32:56)
Trackback: http://mountainviews.ie/track/2960/  
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