Walk in Ireland, Kerry Beenatoor Coombane Beenoskee Stradbally Mountain Dromavally Mountain Knocknakilton, ascent 1373m, length 24km
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David-Guenot: Track 3649 in area near Beenatoor, Central Dingle (Ireland)
Beenoskee-Dromavally traverse
Length: 24.0km, Creator time taken: 7h38m, Ascent: 1373m,
Descent: 1228m

Places: Start at Q54075 10102, Beenatoor, Coombane, Beenoskee, Stradbally Mountain, Dromavally Mountain, Knocknakilton, end at Q67974 06850 14km E from Start
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Uploaded on: Sat, 18 Nov 2017 (22:10:42)
Trackback: https://mountainviews.ie/track/3649/  
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