Walk in Ireland, Offaly Wolftrap Mountain Barcam Carroll's Hill Stillbrook Hill, ascent 443m, length 17.9km
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simon3: Track 1212 in area near Wolftrap Mountain, Slieve Bloom (Ireland)
Slogging it out in the Slieve Blooms
Length: 17.9km, Creator time taken: 5h55m, Ascent: 443m,
Descent: 360m

Places: Start at N26621 04029, Wolftrap Mountain, Barcam, Carroll's Hill, Stillbrook Hill, end at S23045 99626 5.7km SW from Start
Logged as completed by 1
This gps track includes two walks: 1 up Wolftrap Mountain which is an easy stroll up a track and 2 an exploration of three summits from the Glendine road. The second might look easy: not too much climbing and not that far, but don't be deceived. There aren't many tracks and the vegetation underfoot (heather with moss) is energy sapping. Where there are tracks, for example out to Carroll's Hill, they make for much easier progress. Often however the tracks (really, lines where a few people or deer have walked occasionally) follow their own logic which only sometimes heads for a summit.

Uploaded on: Tue, 14 Feb 2012 (10:28:58)
Trackback: https://mountainviews.ie/track/1212/  
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