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David-Guenot: Track 3122 in area near Cnoc na Sleá, Donegal NW (Ireland)
CNOC NA SLEA: FANCY A HIKE AND A DIVE ?
Length: 4.0km, Creator time taken: 1h10m, Ascent: 184m,
Descent: 181m

Places: Start at C11910 41958, Cnoc na Sleá, end at Start
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This small hill has a lot more to offer than its modest height would suggest, especially if you start from the parking S of the beautiful sandy Tra na Rosann, so you can enjoy a stroll on the beach before the mere 20/25 min pull up to the top of Cnoc na Slea. Great views from up there, and you may want to explore a bit and continue W to reach the coastline. From the top, I saw a hiker on his way up from the N, so there may be a possible route from there too, though there may be some access issues, as well. Anyway, from the beach, it is a nice wee hike. And if you fancy a swim on the way back...

Uploaded on: Sat, 3 Oct 2015 (14:33:02)
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