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conormcbandon: Track 3067 in area near Mullaghareirk, W Limerick/N Kerry (Ireland)
From Ashford to Mullaghareirk and trigs of Mullaghanish and Rock Hill
Length: 19.0km, Creator time taken: 3h15m, Ascent: 398m,
Descent: 277m

Places: Start at R27471 23363, end at R27306 22642 739m S from Start
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I parked in Ashford next to this sign detailing the way marked way.
I passed close to the trig of Mullaghanuish so I hit that as well - it was almost impossible to find and I spent almost 10 minutes looking for it before seeing it behind a tree quite camoflaged in moss.
Afterbagging the actual summit of Mullaghareirk I also included the trig pier of Rock Hill to the south west which was also hidden behind a tree.

Uploaded on: Mon, 27 Jul 2015 (22:20:29)
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