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Peter Walker: Track 4152 in area near Leamacrossan Hill, Inishowen (Ireland)
Leamacrossan Hill and Crockglass
Length: 5.1km, Creator time taken: 1h 3m, Ascent: 296m,
Descent: 202m

Places: Start at C48191 33118, Leamacrossan Hill, Crockglass, end at C47458 32654 868m SW from Start
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These two hills are conspicuous from the point where Carndonagh-bound travellers turn inland at Quigley's Point, providing a lumpy adornment to the western skyline. As previously noted a farm track provides easy access from the east, running as it does to a point just north of the col between them...from here Leamacrossan Hill is an easy ascent with only a couple of fences to stop you, whereas Crockglass is a bit steeper and damper but still fundamentally straightforward. Views are excellent, if a little turbine-hampered.
Slieve Snaght from Leamacrossan Hill
The Glover Highlander
Crockglass from Leamacrossan Hill
The Inishowen coast from the farm track
The Man Who Stared At Goats

Uploaded on: Wed, 26 Jun 2019 (16:49:14)
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