Walk in Ireland, Kerry Crusline, ascent 141m, length 7.1km
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Bunsen7: Track 3752 in area near Crusline, Stacks Mountains (Ireland)
Crusline
Length: 7.1km, Creator time taken: 1h48m, Ascent: 141m,
Descent: 129m

Places: Start at Q90403 18727, Crusline, end at Start
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I've looked across at this hill many times since I first came to visit the in-laws in North Kerry more than a decade ago. It is fair to say that it is not the most loved area of the county. "If you had spent summer days of your childhood up there cutting turf you wouldn't care to visit it either" - I've heard this phrase once or twice. That particular section of bog was on the Beenageeha side of the mountain, but a few eyebrows were raised when I decided to take the trouble to venture up Crusline.
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Uploaded on: Sun, 1 Apr 2018 (14:40:31)
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