Walk in Ireland, Derry/ Tyrone Mullaghaneany Meenard Mountain Oughtmore Spelhoagh Craigagh Hill, ascent 611m, length 13.4km
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simon3: Track 2143 in area near Mullaghaneany, Sperrin Mountains (Ireland)
Summit circuit at south of Banagher Forest, Sperrins.
Length: 13.4km, Creator time taken: 4h28m, Ascent: 611m,
Descent: 652m

Places: Start at C70684 00281, Mullaghaneany, Meenard Mountain, Oughtmore, Spelhoagh, Craigagh Hill, end at Start
Logged as completed by 1
This route starts from the B40 north of Cookstown and takes in two VLs and two other summits on the way back.

The initial climb is along a forest track which gains height quickly. Leaving this is harder work over somewhat rougher ground to Mullaghaneany.

Uploaded on: Sun, 30 Sep 2012 (20:50:55)
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