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Peter Walker: Track 2467 in area near Slievegarran, Mourne Mountains (Ireland)
Slievegarran
Length: 2.2km, Creator time taken: 35m15s, Ascent: 176m,
Descent: 173m

Places: Start at J32342 42421, Slievegarran, end at Start
Logged as completed by 2

The game face was on a little more for this one, as time was at a premium (a wise man doesn't risk his tea going cold). The initial going means that it might be easier to start slightly south of where I did on the road, and following the far flank of the initial low intervening ridge (not obvious on the map) might save a tiny bit of ascent, but otherwise this is a pretty efficient way up and down on steep grass.

Uploaded on: Mon, 14 Apr 2014 (21:42:37)
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