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BrianKennan: Track/4629 in area near Scarr North-West Top, Wicklow (Ireland)
Glenmacnass, Scarr, Lough Dan, Kanturk, Carrigshouk loop
Ascent: 965m, Length: 17.8km, Creator time taken: 5h24m
Descent: 939m, Time predicted from Naismith's rule: 5h 10m + breaks
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Places Start at Glenmacnass Tonelagee CP (GlMacnas) O11350 03030, Scarr North-West Top, Scarr, Carrigshouk, end at Start
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[RWD version 1 ] This was a Thursday G2 hike with the Ramblers taking an improvised route which would avoid river crossings for safety after a couple of days of torrential rain. We had great weather and the route turned out to be a very enjoyable walk. The last stretch (2k) was via the military road in the interest of time, however the hike could have followed the Glenmacnass River back to the cars had time allowed - this would probably add 20 minutes.
Descending Scarr towards Lough Dan and Ballinafunshoge : picture 1 for track/4629

North slope of Carrigshouk looking back towards Lough Dan: picture 2 for track/4629

Carrigshouk summit: picture 3 for track/4629
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