Walk in Ireland, Tyrone Mullaghcarn, ascent 314m, length 6.9km
simoburn: Track 2806 in area near Mullaghcarn, Sperrin Mountains (Ireland)
PMG Walk 101 - Mullaghcarn, the final PMG summit!
Length: 6.9km, Creator time taken: 1h58m, Ascent: 314m, Descent: 310m
Places:Start at H49409 83041, Mullaghcarn, end at Start Logged as completed by 1
PMG Walk 101 - Mullaghcarn, the final PMG summit! A huge thank you to all that showed up today! It was great to put faces to names and meet new people. Having company to the summit of the final mountain was great! Sharing this moment with those that supported me and encouraged me throughout the year was not only great fun but I am also humbled to see so many come along, especially since most took a 3 hour drive to get there! Thanks so much to all Mountain View user for all the shared info on here that has helped me so so much this year!! This track takes the mast road to the summit. Up and down the road! The Trig Pillar is a short distance from the masts!
Read the blog post here: http://www.adventureburn.com/walk-101-final-pmg-walk-project-completed/
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