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Onzy: Track 3323 in area near Knockalongy North-East Top, Ox Mountains (Ireland)
Ox Mountains: Knockalongy & Annatoran
Length: 17.1km, Creator time taken: 4h , Ascent: 370m,
Descent: 479m

Places: Start at G48446 28247, Knockalongy North-East Top, Knockalongy, Knockalongy South-West Top, Annatoran, end at G47395 28137 1.1km W from Start
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Route taking in Knockalongy, its 2 satellites, and Annatoran.

Parking is as suggested by Mountainmike in track 3166, at the entrance of Easkey Bog Nature Reserve and Kings Mountain Windfarm. I had looked at how to combine these 2 Arderins for some time and this parking place makes it relatively easy; it's a long bog trot nonetheless and you need to be in the right mood to bear the almost endless crawling over hags.

It has its compensations though, a real feeling of wilderness without having to gain any real height.

Uploaded on: Sat, 15 Oct 2016 (22:09:31)
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