Walk in Ireland, Waterford Knocksheegowna Knockanaffrin Knockanaffrin South Top, ascent 690m, length 22.1km
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strangeweaver: Track 2926 in area near Knocksheegowna, Comeragh Mountains (Ireland)
Length: 22.1km, Creator time taken: 6h48m, Ascent: 690m,
Descent: 676m

Places: Start at S28839 19329, Knocksheegowna, Knockanaffrin, Knockanaffrin South Top, end at Start
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Start from glenpatrick bridge park follow glenpatrick bridge loop to r678 down lane as you approach spur make south west up spur the follow south easterly line to summit descend from summit and follow fence line to the gap the follow boolas loop to the road and follow rd from there. Done in near zero visibility with strong to gale force southwesterlies. Navigation was simple enough bear southeasterly till the the steep east face tells you to follow the ridge.

Uploaded on: Sun, 10 May 2015 (21:32:41)
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