Walk in Ireland, Cork Garravagh North Top, ascent 97m, length 2.4km
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caiomhin: Track 3367 in area near Garravagh North Top, South Cork (Ireland)
Quick walk with a nice view
Length: 2.4km, Creator time taken: 38m32s, Ascent: 97m,
Descent: 97m

Places: Start at W56895 72774, Garravagh North Top, end at Start
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Read the review by sandman and following their directions. Their was a gate stating private property but there was a gap at the side of the gate to get through.
The path was a dirt track used by the foresters. I followed the path through the forest until near the top where new trees were recently planted. The path ended here and for the rest of the way to the top I was following a path of lightly trampled grass. The ground is very uneven and there are thorny plants, so good shoes/thick trousers are recommended. I could only find the "top" of the hill because I had saved the co-ordinates on my GPS.
Overall a short walk (20-25 mins up), but the view at the top is worth it.

Uploaded on: Sun, 18 Dec 2016 (16:43:56)
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