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Trailtrekker: Track 2558 in area near Corn Hill, North Midlands (Ireland)
All Leinster County Tops in 24 Hours (Part II)
Length: 10.4km, Creator time taken: 2h48m, Ascent: 206m,
Descent: 248m

Places: Start at N19491 84599, Corn Hill, Mullaghmeen, end at N47965 77981 29km E from Start
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Continued from track 2557. Corn Hill does not have many redeeming factors, but the short walk up and down it's access road in the dark was a nice wee leg stretcher after the long drive from the slieve blooms. Then it was on to the beautiful Mullaghameen and the pleasure of watching the sunrise from it's summit. The short hop across to Loughcrew and again a smell the flowers moment at the top, as we took in the mystique of this ancient site. Last but far from least, Slieve Foye in sublime summer sunshine, summiting it at 9.51am to complete our task in 22.51.15. All the time in the world to take a well earned break at the top and revel in the beauty below us

Uploaded on: Mon, 16 Jun 2014 (13:38:52)
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