Walk in Ireland, Derry Keady Mountain, ascent 161m, length 3.1km
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Peter Walker: Track 2727 in area near Keady Mountain, Keenaght (Ireland)
Keady Mountain
Length: 3.1km, Creator time taken: 45m57s, Ascent: 161m,
Descent: 165m

Places: Start at C72815 23586, Keady Mountain, end at Start
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A grassy 'road' leaves the minor road heading north from the B66 just past a left hand bend...you can park with minimal obstruction (it's wide) here. Said grassy promenade arcs across and round the hillside to the very very rusty remnants of some telecoms gear (a former Army lookout) on the edge of the summit plateau; continue in a similar direction across vegetation and bog and you'll see a fence with a number of possible high points adjacent to it. Once you actually get to those bumps another possible bump will be seen over the fence next to a substantial cairn...take your pick as to which is most elevated.

Uploaded on: Sun, 26 Oct 2014 (22:48:13)
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