Walk in Ireland, Antrim Skerry Hill, ascent 166m, length 2.2km
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Peter Walker: Track 2198 in area near Skerry Hill, Antrim Hills (Ireland)
Skerry Hill
Length: 2.2km, Creator time taken: 37m45s, Ascent: 166m,
Descent: 117m

Places: Start at D14282 21325, Skerry Hill, end at Start
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A quick ascent of Skerry Hill from the road crossing its northern flank. Standard terrain for this neighbourhood (tough grass, bog). Cunning will reduce the number of fences to be climbed to a minimum.

Uploaded on: Tue, 9 Oct 2012 (15:34:26)
Trackback: https://mountainviews.ie/track/2198/  
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