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Trailtrekker: Track 3181 in area near Bunnanimma, North Midlands (Ireland)
Bananimma is for Baggers Only!
Length: 1.8km, Creator time taken: 22m30s, Ascent: 40m,
Descent: 31m

Places: Start at H72603 14880, Bunnanimma, end at Start
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This is one of those hills that makes you question your sanity! Why bother, just to complete a list? Yes, that is the only reason! This hill deserves the minimum of effort, so I have copied and pasted the directions below from the short summary!

The best of the limited parking is adjacent to the water tower. Continue WSW along the lane which in time becomes a track. The summit area is clearly visible to the right, and is most easily accessed by climbing over a gate and then taking an oblique course across the field and over a (very) low wall.
Sticklers who insist on standing on the exact highest point of a hill are advised that Bunnanimma's summit is (currently, at least) covered by a substantial gorse bush, so armour might be an idea.

By the way, this summit is at 266M, the Top of the Water Tower is 270M! Just saying is all.

Uploaded on: Mon, 1 Feb 2016 (00:21:31)
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Courtesy of Tiles GIScience Research Group @ Heidelberg University More detail here