Walk in Ireland, Limerick Seefin Mountain E Top Seefin South-East Top, ascent 251m, length 4.4km
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Onzy: Track 3209 in area near Seefin Mountain E Top, Ballyhoura Mountains (Ireland)
Ballyhoura: Minor Seefins
Length: 4.4km, Creator time taken: 57m25s, Ascent: 251m,
Descent: 253m

Places: Start at R66247 16824, Seefin Mountain E Top, Seefin South-East Top, end at Start
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Subsidiary Seefins in Ballyhoura. Seefin South East Top is an Arderin Beg and had not been visited on previous occasions.

Uploaded on: Thu, 31 Mar 2016 (20:19:38)
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