Walk in Ireland, Louth Barnavave, ascent 474m, length 12.4km
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Onzy: Track 4142 in area near Barnavave, Cooley/Gullion (Ireland)
Cooley Mountains: Barnavave
Length: 12.4km, Creator time taken: 1h46m, Ascent: 474m,
Descent: 419m

Places: Start at J18777 11624, Barnavave, end at J19263 09287 2.4km S from Start
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Route from Carlingford over Barnavave. The track is an attempt to link up two of the marked looped walks in the area. I wanted to descend south from Barnavave before working my way around east to Grange Cross and taking the green roads from there back into the village.

As can be seen the easterly track indicated on all the maps is not passible. I was confronted by a wallk of gorse and forced to make my way around the obstacle througfh a number of fields and over a number of fences...

Uploaded on: Mon, 3 Jun 2019 (18:45:07)
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