Walk in Ireland, Waterford Knockanaffrin South Top Knockanaffrin Knocksheegowna Laghtnafrankee, ascent 940m, length 20.9km
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jackill: Track 2956 in area near Knockanaffrin, Comeragh Mountains (Ireland)
Surveying run in the Comeraghs
Length: 20.9km, Creator time taken: 5h25m, Ascent: 940m,
Descent: 827m

Places: Start at S27657 12868, Knockanaffrin South Top, Knockanaffrin, Knocksheegowna, Laghtnafrankee, end at Start
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A walk in the Comeraghs that probably doesn't make a lot of sense unless you are measuring mountain heights. It combines 3 summits with road, track and bog walking. The dogleg about 2 kms before the return to the Nire valley carpark was to vist a stone circle and 2 standing stones.

Uploaded on: Thu, 28 May 2015 (12:23:01)
Trackback: https://mountainviews.ie/track/2956/  
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