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simon3: Track 2259 in area near Mullacor, Dublin/Wicklow (Ireland)
Mullacor, Michael Dwyer's Lookout and the rock of the little glen.
Length: 15.7km, Creator time taken: 4h46m, Ascent: 644m,
Descent: 647m

Places: Start at T10677 90857, Mullacor, Cullentragh Mountain, Carriglineen Mountain, end at Start
Logged as completed by 1
This starts from Glenmalure Lodge a pub and country restaurant with a handy carpark. (It's etiquette to drink or eat there if you are parking for a walk.) Walk uphill to the weirdly named Coolalingo bridge (the name is cultural vandalism or contemporary word play) and then carefully choose an overgrown track leading west.
Follow track and visible path to Dwyers Lookout (T102910) for an elevated view overlooking Glenmalure valley.
Reach the forest roads and follow as shown (good on the OSM map layers) turning off as shown up a repaired track through trees SW of Mullacor.
Follow the track as shown to Carriglinneen. Coming off there SE through ferns you may think you are unwelcome. A sign says For Entry Ring 086 3895282. However this request is not intended for walkers and the owner is happy with responsible access.
Back then to Glenmalure Lodge.

Uploaded on: Fri, 5 Jul 2013 (08:13:33)
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