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peter1: Track 3940 in area near Cnoc na Stuaice, Slieve Mish (Ireland)
A very pleasant ridge walk
Length: 19.2km, Creator time taken: 3h55m, Ascent: 599m,
Descent: 628m

Places: Start at Q65352 02356, Cnoc na Stuaice, Beenduff, Knockmore, Moanlaur, Lack Mountain, Knockbrack, end at Q64937 02334 415m W from Start
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I can recommend this route if you're looking for a very nice, shortish walk in the hills. The views are fantastic in all directions. Two cars would be ideal for this, one at either end. However, as I was on my own, I decided to leave my bike at the Eastern end, high up on the mountain pass which is often the starting point for these mountains.
This meant a nice 3km downhill cycle at the end though a further 7km to reach the car. Also, ascending Emlagh from the West is a lot easier than descending would be because of the terrain.

Uploaded on: Sat, 29 Sep 2018 (19:02:49)
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