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Garmin: Track 2110 in area near An Cnoc Fada, Donegal NW (Ireland)
A compact route taking in 3 summits
Length: 7.8km, Creator time taken: 4h 6m, Ascent: 381m,
Descent: 377m

Places: Start at B96093 14857, An Cnoc Fada, An Cnoc Fada (mullach thoir), Cnoc Bhealach Gaoithe, end at Start
Logged as completed by 1

I always enjoy walking in Donegal because it is mostly unspoilt with telephone towers and walker damage etc. The only ingredient that was missing today was the stunning views which I know are there because the mists thinned from time to time to give a tantalising glimpse of what was on offer. For this reason I will definately repeat this walk in better weather. Although the tops were very windy the rain stayed away so all in all an enjoyable walk.

Uploaded on: Wed, 6 Mar 2013 (18:41:52)
Linkback: https://mountainviews.ie/track/2110/  
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