Walk in Ireland, Kerry Inis na Bró, ascent 189m, length 1.9km
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wicklore: Track 2061 in area near Inis na Bró, Dingle West (Ireland)
GPS track for Inis na Bro
Length: 1.9km, Creator time taken: 1h 6m, Ascent: 189m,
Descent: 151m

Places: Start at V21118 92414, Inis na Bró, end at Start
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This is a GPS track for a route onto Inis na Bro. It begins in our boat just off the island, before the dingy took us through a hidden rock arch to a secret cove. A short haul up a wet, steep and slippy gully brings you out onto the spongy moss and heather of the island. There are no large shrubbery or trees on the island, so it's just a case of heading for the highpoint, and navigating deep heather on the upper slopes. Fantastic views in all directions, and a clear view of the entire island where you might contemplate the proposed plans for a rocket launching site in the 1980's. Although the eastern approach to the summit is up a steady slope, beware of the severely steep ground and cliffs that lie immediately to the west of the summit and entire western edge of the island.

Uploaded on: Thu, 13 Sep 2012 (22:34:47)
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