Walk in Ireland, Offaly Knocknaman, ascent 66m, length 1.6km
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wicklore: Track 2480 in area near Knocknaman, Slieve Bloom (Ireland)
The ditch is the high point
Length: 1.6km, Creator time taken: 28m44s, Ascent: 66m,
Descent: 70m

Places: Start at N19870 03485, Knocknaman, end at Start
Logged as completed by 1
I used a forest track to park a way up this hill. I then negotiated more forest tracks to reach the summit which appears to be the high point of a ditch next to the track. The most interesting thing was a curious little copse of deciduous trees near the summit within the wider coniferous forest that cloaks this hill. A fine view over to Cumber Hill on the way up is about the only other thing I can say.

Uploaded on: Tue, 15 Apr 2014 (00:09:51)
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