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conormcbandon: Track 3129 in area near Garrylaurence Hill, Nagles Mountains (Ireland)
A magnificent stone circle but unmarked on the OSI maps
Length: 2.3km, Creator time taken: 34m26s, Ascent: 58m,
Descent: 31m

Places: Start at W91187 83467, Garrylaurence Hill, end at W90867 83623 356m NW from Start
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Uploaded on: Sun, 4 Oct 2015 (16:56:12)
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