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Bunsen7: Track/3681 in area near Knockbrack, Slieve Mish (Ireland)
Moanlaur Loop
Ascent: 533m, Length: 11.9km, Creator time taken: 3h 2m
Descent: 536m, Time predicted from Naismith's rule: 3h 16m + breaks
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Places Start at Maumnahaltora Cross (MaumHal X) Q68679 06609, Knockbrack, Moanlaur, Knockmore, Beenduff, end at Start
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[RWD version 1 ] A loop as described in Adrian Hendroff's book The Dingle Peninsula.
The track up Knockbrack is marked on the OS. The descent off Beenduff is straightforward but is steeper if you go on to Emlagh.
The return is via the Dingle Way.
Great views given the ascent total and only 3hrs round trip.
Pic is Moanlaur from the East. picture 1 for track/3681
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Uploaded on: Mon, 1 Jan 2018 (15:45:11), Linkback:
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