Walk in Ireland, Waterford Knockaunapeebra Seefin Coumfea West Top, ascent 1152m, length 25.5km
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GSheehy: Track 3078 in area near Comeragh Mountains (Ireland)
Nire Car Park Loop
Length: 25.5km, Creator time taken: 6h 5m, Ascent: 1152m,
Descent: 1158m

Places: Start at S27750 12824, Knockaunapeebra, Seefin, Coumfea West Top, end at Start
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I was only reminded of what a great walk this is last Saturday when I did it for the second time. Taking in The Gap, The Boolas, Crotty's Rock, Coumshingaun, Knockaunapeebra, Comeragh Mountain, Seefin and Coumfea. December was the first time that I had dropped by to have a look at Ned Curran's Cottage S295 075 and it's worth a visit.

Uploaded on: Thu, 6 Aug 2015 (10:45:10)
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