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simon3: Track 1967 in area near Knocknadobar North Top, Iveragh NW (Ireland)
The Knocknadobars and the Kells in one walk.
Length: 15.3km, Creator time taken: 7h14m, Ascent: 869m,
Descent: 896m

Places: Start at V52807 87579, Knocknadobar North Top, Knocknadobar, Kells Mountain, Kells Mountain East Top, end at Start
Logged as completed by 2

Start from the point shown and follow the route. East of Knocknadobar the route is distinctly narrow and probably hairy in windy weather.
The descent to the public road at the end (NE corner) needs refinement and may not be feasible.

Uploaded on: Mon, 30 Jul 2012 (22:11:38)
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