Walk in Ireland, Donegal Gáinne Mór, ascent 112m, length 3.1km
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Garmin: Track 2092 in area near Gáinne Mór, Donegal NW (Ireland)
Graniamore & Crocknasleigh
Length: 3.1km, Creator time taken: 1h44m, Ascent: 112m,
Descent: 110m

Places: Start at C10697 39795, Gáinne Mór, end at Start
Logged as completed by 1
Two short climbs here with the Rosses strand situated between the two. A nice fresh Autumn day for these walks and wonderful views from both hills despite their modest heights of only 207 and 163 metres.
The terrain consisted mostly of Heather and shortish grasses, a very welcome change from the really long grasses and hidden trip hazards that I have been traversing of late within the Glenveagh national park. So.... Top marks for the work done by the sheep in this area of Donegal, they really are the hikers friend!

Uploaded on: Tue, 18 Sep 2012 (20:35:12)
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