Walk in Ireland, Antrim Carnearny, ascent 66m, length 1.9km
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Peter Walker: Track 2115 in area near Carnearny, Antrim Hills (Ireland)
Length: 1.9km, Creator time taken: 22m52s, Ascent: 66m,
Descent: 88m

Places: Start at J17646 92307, Carnearny, end at Start
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An illustration of the straightforward nature of an ascent. Start at the forest entrance, follow the forest road for c. 500m (noticing the descent path on the right on the way), turn right then after another 100m right again. This forest road contours back past the radio transmitter thing, and at its end turn left up an obvious path to the summit, horrendously mangled by quad bikers in its upper section. Return to the end of the last forest road, then continue straight down the path to emerge on the first forest road within sight of the start.

The occasional open view gives an idea of what a superb vantage point this would be with a bit less tree cover.

Uploaded on: Fri, 28 Sep 2012 (09:30:23)
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