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jrpcalvert: Track 2172 in area near Dublin/Wicklow (Ireland)
Dublin Mountains Way (adj)
Length: 46.9km, Creator time taken: 10h33m, Ascent: 1015m,
Descent: 1066m

Places: Start at O0843127447, Tibradden Mountain, Two Rock Mountain, end at O2578522328 18km E from Start
Logged as completed by 1

GPS track for walk of Dublin Mountains Way from Tallaght to Shankill. Includes a couple of extra kms that can be avoided, e.g., missed a trail sign close to the start at Kiltipper Park/Thomas Davis which added a little extra walking to get to Gleann na Smol and went a little past the turn to Featherbeds before backtracking. Mileage includes walk to DART station. Some changes to trail apparently from East West map. Hellfire/Massey Woods option not included. Public transport possible with red line Luas and Dart (as well as buses). As much of the walk is on roads or well maintained trail, boots not a requirement. Hi-vis useful for some of the road walks. c.47k so takes a while but no huge climbs or anything technical. I brought my water. Enjoyable walk, worth doing.

Uploaded on: Sat, 11 May 2013 (22:22:04)
Linkback: https://mountainviews.ie/track/2172/  
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