Walk in Ireland, ascent 971m, length 41.6km
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GSheehy: Track 3201 in area near Galty Mountains (Ireland)
Slievenamuck Marathon (and Half Marathon)
Length: 41.6km, Creator time taken: 6h22m, Ascent: 971m,
Descent: 898m

Places: Start at R86287 29758, end at R87708 30889 1.8km NE from Start
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If you're looking for a long distance walk on forest track, road and through a field or two, then this might appeal to you. You can start at Rock an Thorabh car park and the loop back to here on the Western side is 21km which is great if you want to do it over two days.
NB: This is my own interpretation of the route. If you're doing it on the day of the challenge, the route might vary. There would be directional arrows on the day of the challenge and it's well marked.
Moorabbey
Galtees (from Christ the King)

Uploaded on: Mon, 7 Mar 2016 (09:38:40)
Trackback: https://mountainviews.ie/track/3201/  
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