Walk in Ireland, Tipperary Silvermine Mountains Far E Top Silvermine Mountains E Top Silvermine Mountains W Top, ascent 313m, length 6.7km
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simon3: Track 2219 in area near Silvermine Mountains Far E Top, Shannon (Ireland)
Three Silvermines tops.
Length: 6.7km, Creator time taken: 1h52m, Ascent: 313m,
Descent: 376m

Places: Start at R84429 69381, Silvermine Mountains Far E Top, Silvermine Mountains E Top, Silvermine Mountains W Top, end at Start
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The start is at the car park for the Knockanroe Forest Recreation Area where there is parking for perhaps a dozen cars. The "Far East" top to the east is trivially easy to reach and isn't particularly exciting.
The ridge to the other summits narrows and, while it is hardly a knife edge, is nevertheless a true airy ridge with great and contrasting views on either side. There is a rough boggy track all the way to the west summit which has been somewhat chewed up by scramblers.
For variety this walk returned taking a southern diversion along a local looped walk which we would recommend.

Uploaded on: Sun, 31 Mar 2013 (19:18:49)
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