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thomas_g: Track 1547 in area near Crohaun, Comeragh Mountains (Ireland)
Crohaun Quick Loop
Length: 3.3km, Creator time taken: 24m53s, Ascent: 151m,
Descent: 48m

Places: Start at S27046 01570, Crohaun, end at S27268 00570 1km S from Start
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A quick 30 minute loop which takes in Crohaun top and brings you back down a less obvious path for a bit of variety.
Nice views, little effort: a quickie if you happen to be passing on the way to somewhere else.

Uploaded on: Mon, 23 Apr 2012 (16:12:32)
Trackback: https://mountainviews.ie/track/1547/  
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