Walk in Ireland, Down Crotlieve Mountain, ascent 134m, length 0.9km
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Peter Walker: Track 2646 in area near Crotlieve Mountain, Mourne Mountains (Ireland)
Length: 0.9km, Creator time taken: 32m21s, Ascent: 134m,
Descent: 105m

Places: Start at J20703 23969, Crotlieve Mountain, end at Start
Logged as completed by 1
Room to park two, perhaps more cars at the start...although it's hard to imagine legions of walkers descending on Crotlieve simultaneously. Plod steeply uphill using the forest fence as a guide, and upon reaching the crest climb over the fence so that the trees can happily give you the full Hansel and Gretel experience. This final short section to the (very tricky to locate and somewhat painful to search for) summit can be accurately summarised mathematically:
If x is the number of trials, and y is the number of errors, then the equation for successful attainment of the summit is y=x-1
In there, somewhere...with the Blair Witch, possibly

Uploaded on: Sat, 6 Sep 2014 (22:14:08)
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