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Loch Ard

Loch Ard


Postby velvet-rose » Mon Oct 19, 2009 9:05 am

Date walked: 19/10/2009

Time taken: 3 hours

Distance: 3 km

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(5th sept 09 )We took our time on this walk.. was a wet day the ground is hard very stoney so glad I wore my boots. it is a steady climb uphill. The view was beautiful once we got through the Forest. Had a drink and sandwich sat an admired the splendid view. It has 3 sign walks cycle(yellow) an (green)easy and hard is red. we took the red route .. We decided to returnto the car . but had we gone futher would of took us to Abeyfoyle.a futher 2 miles.
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