Walk in Ireland, Mayo Birreencorragh South Top Birreencorragh West Top Birreencorragh Knockaffertagh, ascent 807m, length 14.4km
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Ulsterpooka: Track 3865 in area near Birreencorragh South Top, North Mayo (Ireland)
Birreencorragh South and West summit and Birreencorragh to Knockafferlagh
Length: 14.4km, Creator time taken: 4h26m, Ascent: 807m,
Descent: 825m

Places: Start at G04559 02347, Birreencorragh South Top, Birreencorragh West Top, Birreencorragh, Knockaffertagh, end at Start
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I drove the car into the forest past the yellow barrier and kept going until I got to a cross track of sorts and parked on the RHS track of the cross road there is a wooden hut of sorts. On the way back where I parked the car suited me as I crossed the stream at a bend and followed the fence through the forest to a track whick led directly to my car. My car position I had saved on the GPS. A very enjoyable walk with fantastic views.

Uploaded on: Sun, 5 Aug 2018 (19:46:56)
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