Walk in Ireland, Donegal Carnaween Cullaghacro Silver Hill, ascent 616m, length 18.3km
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nilsdc: Track 2102 in area near Carnaween, Bluestack Mountains (Ireland)
Camping on Cloghmeenhill
Length: 18.3km, Creator time taken: 8h38m, Ascent: 616m,
Descent: 944m

Places: Start at G86196 88370, Carnaween, Cullaghacro, Silver Hill, end at G87865 82732 5.9km S from Start
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Camped a very cold night and walked to Silver Hill on a windy, ice cold day. Hard walking as from the descent of Silver Hill. All bogs on the hills frozen, not so around the river. Back home to Bluestacks Centre.

Uploaded on: Tue, 26 Feb 2013 (22:20:22)
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