Walk in Ireland, ascent 79m, length 11.6km
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simon3: Track 3533 in area near North Wexford (Ireland)
Courtown/Clones area to Clogga
Length: 11.6km, Creator time taken: 2h50m, Ascent: 79m,
Descent: 76m

Places: Start at T23446 64377, end at T25216 69388 5.3km N from Start
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Beach north of Clones.
Lookout Post 10
From the Castletown/Clones area the walk north to Kilmichael is reasonably interesting being mostly on paths and beaches. There are a series of small bays framed by rocky spurs.
Kilmichael Point.
Unpathed area south of Clogga.
At around T2558 6630 there is the WW2 Look Out Post, number 10. This witnessed many an event including aircraft involved in various attacks on places in Ireland, including one on Dublin on 30/31 May 1941.
The area from Kilmichael north along the coast, which is mostly in Wicklow, has no obvious tracks so I had to go inland and walk along the road.

Uploaded on: Thu, 20 Jul 2017 (08:06:11)
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