Walk in Ireland, Wicklow Tomaneena Tonelagee Stoney Top Mullaghcleevaun Camenabologue Lugnaquilla Cloghernagh, ascent 2087m, length 45.9km
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Mulciber: Track 2484 in area near Tomaneena, Dublin/Wicklow (Ireland)
Wicklows Four
Length: 45.9km, Creator time taken: 10h38m, Ascent: 2087m,
Descent: 2093m

Places: Start at T06622 94161, Tomaneena, Tonelagee, Stoney Top, Mullaghcleevaun, Camenabologue, Lugnaquilla, Cloghernagh, end at Start
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This walk takes in Wicklows four highest peaks, and covers a wide range of walking,from forest tracks to open hillside.The section between Mull and Table has the roughest walking, few tracks and a lot of high stepping through heather.Walk based on an idea by J Byrne,Roving Soles Walking Club.

Uploaded on: Sun, 20 Apr 2014 (08:02:51)
Trackback: https://mountainviews.ie/track/2484/  
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