Walk in Ireland, Fermanagh Tullybrack, ascent 203m, length 16.4km
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Peter Walker: Track 2756 in area near Tullybrack, Fermanagh/S Tyrone (Ireland)
Length: 16.4km, Creator time taken: 1h50m, Ascent: 203m,
Descent: 71m

Places: Start at H09196 43040, Tullybrack, end at H08189 45387 2.6km NW from Start
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It is a decent length tramp to Tullybrack, but with about 98% of it being on unloseable forest roads it should be reasonably straightforward. But if history has taught us one thing it’s that the hubris of the English is capable of messing up most things, and so it proved here, a second visit being necessary after my post-ascent smugness from the last time was cut short by the discovery that what I thought was the highest point, erm, wasn’t.

Putting that aside it’s a decent leg-stretcher where any interest is near at hand...the forests stop you looking any further afield. The ‘off road’ bit at the summit is probably just a bit springy under normal conditions...after several days of flooding in Norn Iron it was gopping.

Respect my opinions of this walk...I bet nobody else on MV has done it twice.

(Duration is wrong...2hr50 is a bit closer to the mark)

Uploaded on: Sun, 16 Nov 2014 (20:04:46)
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