Walk in Ireland, Wicklow White Hill Djouce, ascent 455m, length 11.6km
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simon3: Track 1807 in area near Djouce, Dublin/Wicklow (Ireland)
Djouce, White Hill, "the Gully" from Ballinastoe.
Length: 11.6km, Creator time taken: 2h47m, Ascent: 455m,
Descent: 454m

Places: Start at O19328 07742, White Hill, Djouce, end at Start
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This clockwise walk starts at the carpark on the "old coach road" from Enniskerry to Roundwood, L1036. Follow tracks as shown nearly to the road overlooking Lough Tay and then up the board walk to Djouce.

Back is via the relatively unknown gully which comes down from the col between White Hill and Djouce - a fairly wet route.

Uploaded on: Mon, 25 Jun 2012 (10:40:45)
Trackback: https://mountainviews.ie/track/1807/  
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