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conormcbandon: Track 3091 in area near Knockroe, Nagles Mountains (Ireland)
A forested hill
Length: 3.5km, Creator time taken: 41m22s, Ascent: 144m,
Descent: 31m

Places: Start at X00454 94553, Knockroe, end at X00673 95076 567m N from Start
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I followed Thomas Gs directions parking just uphill of the forest road entrance. My route included some curiosity fueled diversions so these can be ignored. The summit seems to be ill defined so I had a bit of a wander in the general just to be sure. It is also occupied by a totem pole like partially felled tree. It seems this hill is used for pony trekking judging by the numerous hoof tracks.

Uploaded on: Fri, 28 Aug 2015 (20:56:31)
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