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Taghart South 290m,
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conormcbandon: Track 3266 in area near Taghart South, North Midlands (Ireland)
Another quarried hill
Length: 1.3km, Creator time taken: 29m16s, Ascent: 47m,
Descent: 46m

Places: Start at H72876 00333, Taghart South, end at Start
Logged as completed by 1

The quarry was closed and apparently disused for some time when I climbed in June 2016. I parked at the quarry entrance and weighbridge. I climbed over the large embankment, up the west side of the quarry to the top which is cleared in prepartation for blasting I presume.
The summit is unmarked. I descended the east side of the quarry and out to the main road via some large blocks placed for security.

Uploaded on: Mon, 13 Jun 2016 (17:37:56)
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