Walk in Ireland, Down Rocky Mountain Chimney Rock Mountain Slieve Donard Slieve Beg Cove Mountain Slievelamagan, ascent 1293m, length 20.1km
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thomas_g: Track 3052 in area near Rocky Mountain, Mourne Mountains (Ireland)
Tour of the Annalong Valley
Length: 20.1km, Creator time taken: 6h16m, Ascent: 1293m,
Descent: 1288m

Places: Start at J35781 22316, Rocky Mountain, Chimney Rock Mountain, Slieve Donard, Slieve Beg, Cove Mountain, Slievelamagan, end at Start
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This is a variation on a walk in the book 'Best walks in Ireland'. There is plenty of parking by the gates at the start of the walk, walking back down this road at the end of the walk is a nice cool down after a tough walk.
Please note that this route crosses the Annalong river at the weir, it may not be possible to cross here after heavy rain. There is a foot bridge, but there is a deep stream between the path and the bridge so I chose to directly cross the river instead.

Uploaded on: Sat, 25 Jul 2015 (09:18:27)
Trackback: https://mountainviews.ie/track/3052/  
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