Walk in Ireland, Wicklow Seefin Seefingan Kippure Corrig Mountain Seahan, ascent 648m, length 17.8km
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elarbee: Track 2493 in area near Seefin, Dublin/Wicklow (Ireland)
Seefingan, Kippure and others
Length: 17.8km, Creator time taken: 7h13m, Ascent: 648m,
Descent: 632m

Places: Start at O06300 16777, Seefin, Seefingan, Kippure, Corrig Mountain, Seahan, end at Start
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Really nice route, had been waiting for a few days of good weather to "dry out" the bog towards Kippure, and think it was worth it. Not sure I could have completed if it had rained. Would echo other walkers comments, and only attempt this route after a few days of sun or when the bog is frozen.

Uploaded on: Sun, 20 Apr 2014 (18:33:07)
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