Walk in Ireland, Derry Letterlogher, ascent 70m, length 2.1km
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Peter Walker: Track 2422 in area near Letterlogher, Sperrin Mountains (Ireland)
Length: 2.1km, Creator time taken: 25m43s, Ascent: 70m,
Descent: 71m

Places: Start at C59568 07513, Letterlogher, end at Start
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Plonk the car in a lengthened parking space on the road across Letterlogher's eastern flank. Walk back down the road until opposite 'number 47' and take the track heading west (as seen on the map). You pass another track heading in that direction on the way, but it doesn't go as far up the hill. Follow the track up between fences; I broke off left at a convenient gate on the left at the skyline, but it seems better to continue on until the track peters out in field after going through another gate; this reduces the number of fences to negotiate. Head up left to the reasonably extensive top.

Uploaded on: Sun, 2 Mar 2014 (20:27:49)
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