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ceadeile: Track 4417 in area near Slieve Bloom (Ireland)
Slieve Blooms ramble
Length: 17.4km, Creator time taken: 4h25m, Ascent: 491m,
Descent: 490m

Places: Start at N38333 08560, end at Start
Logged as completed by 1

A little ramble around the Slieve Blooms which includes Capard Wood and Glenbarrow. Capard Wood at its best in May when the bluebells are out. Glenbarrow best after heavy rain which makes the waterfall more impressive. Route can be easily extended to include a boggy sally to the Ridge of Capard. Glenbarrow trailhead car park can be quite busy at weekends hence the start / finish at forest entrance N383 085 where there is limited parking.

Uploaded on: Thu, 28 Jan 2021 (10:32:30)
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