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melohara: Track 4026 in area near Cnoc na Searrach, Donegal NW (Ireland)
Slieve Snaght and a few Arderins
Length: 16.8km, Creator time taken: 7h 4m, Ascent: 1055m,
Descent: 1059m

Places: Start at B93305 12723, Cnoc na Searrach, An Cnoc Fada, An Cnoc Fada (mullach thoir thuaidh), Sliabh Sneachta, Na Beanna Gorma, Sliabh Dhroim na Luifearnaí, Sliabh Dhroim na Luifearnaí (mullach thoir thuaidh), end at Start
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Unsure of the amount of water in the Scardangal Burn I decided to skirt to the north of Loch Sliabh Snaght but after I descended a little I could see Scardangal Burn could be easily crossed. I was then able to head directly to Bingorms SH578. My descent route from Drumnalifferney NE reduced the road walk but underfoot conditions were not hectic and it might have been wiser to descend farther east towards Pollglass Bridge.

Uploaded on: Thu, 3 Jan 2019 (21:34:18)
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