Walk in Ireland, Wicklow Keadeen Mountain Ballineddan Mountain Slievemaan Lugnaquilla Camenabologue Table Mountain Table Mountain West Top Lobawn, ascent 1598m, length 38.2km
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Jim Holmes: Track 3251 in area near Dublin/Wicklow (Ireland)
Ring of Imaal Challenge
Length: 38.2km, Creator time taken: 7h38m, Ascent: 1598m,
Descent: 1608m

Places: Start at S93009 97798, Keadeen Mountain, Ballineddan Mountain, Slievemaan, Lugnaquilla, Camenabologue, Table Mountain, Table Mountain West Top, Lobawn, end at Start
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As hosted by An oige, the Ring of Imaal Challenge is held every consecutive year.
A circular route that starts and finishes in Donard, Co. Wicklow.
A walk that has a considerable footfall on road (first third) - it isn't until around the 10km mark that the first true ascent (of Keadeen) begins.
After around the 16km mark - the attack on Lugnaquillia begins - so from here on - navigational skills may very well be called upon (especially if heavy mist befalls Table Mountain).
Jim Holmes.

Uploaded on: Mon, 6 Jun 2016 (11:43:40)
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