Walk in Ireland, Derry/ Tyrone Mullaghturk, ascent 167m, length 3.7km
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Peter Walker: Track 2719 in area near Mullaghturk, Sperrin Mountains (Ireland)
Length: 3.7km, Creator time taken: 48m39s, Ascent: 167m,
Descent: 170m

Places: Start at H68269 88285, Mullaghturk, end at Start
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An ascent of three5four0's route. The track does lead a decent way up the hill, after which there's what could accurately be described as the ghost of a quad bike track to lead you further upwards. This leads to a gate in a traversing fence; once you're through this keep another fence close on your left up onto the ridge. Said fence needs to be crossed to gain the summit area with the usual Sperrin selection of possible highest points. It's definitely not at the spot height on the map though!

Uploaded on: Sun, 26 Oct 2014 (20:29:15)
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