Walk in Ireland, Down Slieve Donard Millstone Mountain, ascent 1036m, length 10km
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Garmin: Track 2041 in area near Slieve Donard, Mourne Mountains (Ireland)
Newcastle - Slieve Donard - Millstone Mountain loop.
Length: 10.0km, Creator time taken: 4h49m, Ascent: 1036m,
Descent: 828m

Places: Start at J37397 30540, Slieve Donard, Millstone Mountain, end at J37184 29230 1.3km S from Start
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A fine day for this walk and what a lovely vista of the Mourne mountains and Newcastle from Slieve Donard and Millstone Mountain. Slieve Donard, like Errigal is a busy mountain but shows little sign of errosion thanks to the existance of a good local stone track that blends into the background.

Uploaded on: Wed, 5 Sep 2012 (20:17:08)
Trackback: https://mountainviews.ie/track/2041/  
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