Walk in Ireland, Meath Tara, ascent 19m, length 1.3km
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simoburn: Track 2802 in area near Tara, East Coast (Ireland)
The hill of Tara
Length: 1.3km, Creator time taken: 21m51s, Ascent: 19m,
Descent: 20m

Places: Start at N92121 59947, Tara, end at Start
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The hill of Tara, "walk"! After 3 County Highpoint summits reached we decided on the way home to stop in and see the hill of Tara..I had been before but it is always nice to see!

Uploaded on: Tue, 16 Dec 2014 (14:43:24)
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