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simon3: Track 2072 in area near Musheramore, Boggeragh Mountains (Ireland)
Musheramore and more.
Length: 13.6km, Creator time taken: 4h11m, Ascent: 412m,
Descent: 545m

Places: Start at W34936 86143, Musheramore, Seefin, end at Start
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This starts from the carpark marked on the OS map NE of the summit. Follow the Duhallow Way west until Musheramore is more or less south. You may be able to find a track to help you. Ascend over the rough ground to the top which has, north to south, a large cairn, a trig pillar and a cross. A path leads SE from the top to a slight rise marked with a small cairn. Another track then leads SE as shown to forest tracks, back to the Duhallow Way and the start. Optionally you can go, as shown, to Seefin by some good turf cutters roads.

Uploaded on: Mon, 31 Dec 2012 (19:32:23)
Trackback: https://mountainviews.ie/track/2072/  
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