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thomas_g: Track 3528 in area near Slievanea NE Top, Central Dingle (Ireland)
6 tops, 6 hours.
Length: 18.1km, Creator time taken: 6h15m, Ascent: 940m,
Descent: 934m

Places: Start at Q51923 08596, Sliabh Mhacha Ré (mullach thoir thuaidh), Sliabh Mhacha Ré, Croaghskearda, An Starraicín, Sliabh na nGabhar, Gob an Iolair, end at Start
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I don't recommend you cross from Gob an Iolair to Loch an Dúin they way shown in this track, unless you really like suffering. If you go further north along the track, I believe there is a waymarked way that you can follow across to the lake. Anything is better than wading through waist high gorse.

Uploaded on: Sat, 15 Jul 2017 (20:22:41)
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