Walk in , ascent 178m, length 10.5km
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Onzy: Track 3000 in area near Italy, Sardinia ()
Monte Pino, 742m, Sardinia
Length: 10.5km, Creator time taken: 26m29s, Ascent: 178m,
Descent: 27m

Places: Start at Lon 9.38179, Lat 40.9395, end at Lon 9.3765, Lat 40.943 591m NW from Start
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Flipflops off for one day only...

Recorded on an app downloaded at the last minute - interesting to note how it totalled the phone battery within a couple of hours - muddled the stats too! - actual walk was about 2.5hours with an ascent of about 400m.

Uploaded on: Sun, 21 Jun 2015 (22:57:02)
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