Walk in Ireland, Antrim Tievebulliagh, ascent 264m, length 3km
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Peter Walker: Track 2523 in area near Tievebulliagh, Antrim Hills (Ireland)
Tievebulliagh from the north
Length: 3.0km, Creator time taken: 1h12m, Ascent: 264m,
Descent: 209m

Places: Start at D18780 27880, Tievebulliagh, end at Start
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An obvious route from the Glenann road. Room to pull two or three cars off the road without blocking access opposite a gate giving access to pasture leading down to the river. Crossing this should be straightforward but is still probably the crux of the journey. From here a steepening slope leads to the summit.

No apparent access issues via this route.

Uploaded on: Mon, 5 May 2014 (08:39:35)
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