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conormcbandon: Track 3062 in area near Taurbeg, W Limerick/N Kerry (Ireland)
Avoiding of the cameras at the main entrance
Length: 2.6km, Creator time taken: 14m24s, Ascent: 75m,
Descent: 5m

Places: Start at R23048 12010, Taurbeg, end at R22898 11189 835m S from Start
Logged as completed by 1

I parked at the forestry entrance just down the road from the main windfarm entrance with it's cameras and Netwatch signs. There are two fallen trees crossing the forest road as of July 2015 but these are easily avoided. More of an access issue is that the forest road is becoming rapidly overgrown in some places and may become difficult to travel with time. The forest track leads directly to the windfarm roads from which the indistinct summit area is easily reached.

Uploaded on: Mon, 27 Jul 2015 (22:13:45)
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