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Onzy: Track 3347 in area near Arigna Mountains (Ireland)
Roscommon High Point: Seltannasaggart
Length: 5.7km, Creator time taken: 16m50s, Ascent: 102m,
Descent: 0m

Places: Start at G91969 19139, end at G90832 19875 1.4km NW from Start
Logged as completed by 2
Route to Seltannasaggart and its south east slope, the high point of Roscommon.

I had noted in Captain Vertigo's track 2803 his advice to keep to the road and avoid the bog holes. And then, having noted it, I went and did exactly the same track ... in reverse, yes, but pretty much the same.

In reality the bog wasnt too bad and not too long either. There is a lot more road up here than indicated on my map ...

As the Captain points out, it's not a place that rewards lingering.

Uploaded on: Fri, 8 Jul 2016 (23:03:14)
Trackback: https://mountainviews.ie/track/3347/  
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