Walk in Ireland, Wicklow Corriebracks, ascent 420m, length 10.6km
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march-fixer: Track 2166 in area near Corriebracks, Dublin/Wicklow (Ireland)
Corriebracks Circuit
Length: 10.6km, Creator time taken: 2h38m, Ascent: 420m,
Descent: 427m

Places: Start at N96783 03739, Corriebracks, end at Start
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A nice easy walk in this lovely valley, overlooking Blessington Lakes. There is space to park a car just off the main road and walk in along the lane to Hayestown. This lane brings you straight towards the summit which has nice views all around.

The track returns via the lovely town-land of Toor, just skirting under Slievecorragh (and the teddy bear!) with a 1km walk back along the main road to the start. (Caution is needed along here as it is a very busy road).

There is a good mix of road, lane and track as well as farmland, forestry and open mountain moorland.

Uploaded on: Thu, 4 Oct 2012 (16:57:59)
Trackback: https://mountainviews.ie/track/2166/  
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