Walk in Ireland, Wexford Black Rock Mountain, ascent 327m, length 7.8km
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Onzy: Track 3120 in area near Black Rock Mountain, Blackstairs Mountains (Ireland)
Blackstairs:Black Rock Mountain
Length: 7.8km, Creator time taken: 1h38m, Ascent: 327m,
Descent: 371m

Places: Start at S85535 51219, Black Rock Mountain, end at S85228 51269 311m W from Start
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Up and down to Black Rock Mountain beginning from Ballycrystal.
Summit cairn and view

Largely uses forest tracks, once out of the forest however, there is a very maintained looking track which continues all the way to the col between Black Rock and Mount Leinster East Top.  Judging by the tracks, this is used regularly by horse riders.
Road to the col

As Paddyhillsbagger has pointed out on the hill's page, there is a substantial rectangular building on the col.  This flat roofed structure has no immediately apparent use; it contains a fireplace and an inner corrugated ceiling which is still in place, though sagging somewhat.  
Building on col between Black Rock Mountain and Mount Leinster east top

Uploaded on: Tue, 29 Sep 2015 (22:39:56)
Trackback: https://mountainviews.ie/track/3120/  
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