Walk in Ireland, Cork Pookeen North Top, ascent 187m, length 3.9km
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thomas_g: Track 2827 in area near Pookeen North Top, Shehy/Knockboy (Ireland)
The ways not to go.
Length: 3.9km, Creator time taken: 1h16m, Ascent: 187m,
Descent: 130m

Places: Start at W15149 51994, Pookeen North Top, end at W15548 52077 408m E from Start
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Since I generally dislike crossing farmland, so I was determined to find a route via the forest to the south of the summit, let's just say I failed, eventually I parked the car by a gateway on the road and crossed the farmland to the top and back.
I've left in the failed attempts to gain the summit via the forest so you know the ways not to go.

Uploaded on: Sat, 14 Feb 2015 (17:33:31)
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