Walk in Ireland, Donegal Cnoc na Boirne, ascent 0m, length 1.3km
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simon3: Track 2537 in area near Cnoc na Boirne, Donegal NW (Ireland)
Adventurous drive, easy walking on Murren.
Length: 1.3km, Creator time taken: 26m15s, Ascent: 0m,
Descent: 10m

Places: Start at C21499 42362, Cnoc na Boirne, end at Start
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This shows one way of getting to the top by road. The actual ascent on foot is very short.

Uploaded on: Mon, 26 May 2014 (20:50:04)
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