Walk in Ireland, Tyrone Slievemore, ascent 68m, length 2.2km
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Slievemore 314m,
2838, 2km
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Peter Walker: Track 2838 in area near Slievemore, Fermanagh/S Tyrone (Ireland)
Length: 2.2km, Creator time taken: 28m36s, Ascent: 68m,
Descent: 73m

Places: Start at H58616 61819, Slievemore, end at Start
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Slievemore is an isolated heathery lump in the heart of rural Tyrone: one that succumbs reasonably easily.

A track leaves the road to the west (wind turbines aplenty hereabouts); a car can be squeezed onto the verge here. The summit is conspicuous in clear conditions, and no directions beyond 'best turn left at the first fork' are really necessary; a network of tracks of varying levels of clarity should leave you there. The view isn't jaw-dropping but is pleasingly extensive.

Uploaded on: Mon, 9 Mar 2015 (21:37:40)
Trackback: https://mountainviews.ie/track/2838/  
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