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BrendanFahy: Track/5060 in area near Slievelamagan, Mourne Mountains (Ireland)
Slieve Lamagan Ridge and Annalong River
Ascent: 785m, Length: 15.7km, Creator time taken: 9h45m
Descent: 849m, Time predicted from Naismith's rule: 4h 27m + breaks
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Places Start at J33736 23693, Slievelamagan, Cove Mountain, Slieve Beg, end at Carrick Little (Carrick) J34489 21922, 1.9km S from Start
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[RWD version 1 ] Starting from Carrick Little Car Park Up by The Blue Lough Onto Slieve Lamagan, continuing along the ridge to Brandy Pad and follow Annalong River Walk is On picture 1 for track/5060  : Slieve Lamagan Ridge and Annalong River
Starting from The Carrick Little Carpark picture 2 for track/5060  : Slieve Lamagan Ridge and Annalong River
Blue Lough and Slieve Lamagan picture 3 for track/5060  : Slieve Lamagan Ridge and Annalong River
Looking Across to Ben Crom picture 4 for track/5060  : Slieve Lamagan Ridge and Annalong River
Overlooking Ben Crom Reservoir picture 5 for track/5060  : Slieve Lamagan Ridge and Annalong River
Overlooking Devil's Coachroad
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Uploaded on: Tue, 26 Mar 2024 (12:26:05), Linkback:
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