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simoburn: Track 4078 in area near Vinegar Hill, North Wexford (Ireland)
Vinegar Hill - A Casual Stroll
Length: 1.9km, Creator time taken: 29m40s, Ascent: 77m,
Descent: 80m

Places: Start at S98364 39994, Vinegar Hill, end at Start
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Vinegar Hill - A Casual Stroll


We did Vinegar Hill as part of a 3 summit outing. First we did Carrigroe Hill, then this summit followed by Oulart Hill which was probably the most interesting summit of the day.
Vinegar Hill certainly isn't difficult but on a clear day will provide you with some pleasant views. From the rocky outcrop of a summit we could see both Carrigroe and Oulart Hills. The view over Ennisscorthy isn't exactly amazing but the small loop walk is easy and accessible for all. Parking is also abundant. If passing through Ennisscorthy pop on up to the summit - I personally wouldn't make a trip just for this minor summit. There is however plenty of history around the summit and area and for the history buffs worthy of a stop while on route to Oulart Hill.

Uploaded on: Tue, 12 Mar 2019 (17:15:44)
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