; Walk in Ireland, Antrim Muldersleigh Hill, ascent 68m, length 2.1km
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Peter Walker: Track 2812 in area near Muldersleigh Hill, Belfast Hills (Ireland)
Muldersleigh Hill
Length: 2.1km, Creator time taken: 19m03s, Ascent: 68m,
Descent: 56m

Places: Start at J47619 93255, Muldersleigh Hill, end at J47628 93522 268m N from Start
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Possibly the most immaculately manicured hill in Ireland. As my visit was in a) winter, and at b) twilight the pro shop was closed and nobody around in the clubhouse, so I used the map from their website (http://www.whiteheadgolfclub.com/course-map/) to guide me to the trig point on the third fairway...non-golfing visitors will aid convivial relations between those who walk and those who spoil a good walk by staying off the greens (and if possible, the fairways...I chose to keep to at least the first cut of rough).

My 181st of the (I think) 181 summits in Northern Ireland.

Uploaded on: Thu, 1 Jan 2015 (19:13:53)
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