Walk in Ireland, Kerry Killurly, ascent 231m, length 2.7km
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Bolus 410m, Killurly 331m,
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simon3: Track 1721 in area near Killurly, Iveragh NW (Ireland)
Short, quick way up Killurly
Length: 2.7km, Creator time taken: 1h 1m, Ascent: 231m,
Descent: 238m

Places: Start at V39983 66782, Killurly, end at Start
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Taking one of the places you can leave a vehicle beside the road here, go up to a gate onto a rough and overgrown green road. This makes for an easy ascent for most of the way.
From the top there are coastal and upland views. The latter includes the twin tops of Bolus. On a good day the Great Skellig and other islands are also clear.
The route shown down took a route to the NW of the SW spur of the summit. This goes over rough but manageable ground with bog myrtle and primula (in May anyway).

Uploaded on: Tue, 29 May 2012 (07:44:56)
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