Ireland day 0369. Sunday 02 October 2022- Red Rock DWC

Ireland day 0369. Sunday 02 October 2022- Red Rock DWC
Today’s summary Val at work.   Took the 102 down to Sutton to join DWC for short walk down to Dublin Bay side of Howth peninsula and Red Rock Bay.   Walked back via the road to Sutton and dropped in to see Phil Lynott (Thin Lizzie’s) burial site in St Fintan’s churchyard
Today’s weather Dry and bright, sun early afternoon with cloud later.   Light westerly wind.  About 16C
Today’s overview location
(The blue mark shows the location of our route)
Close-up location
(The green line shows where we walked)
(Click button below to download GPX of today’s walk as recorded, or see interactive map at bottom with elevations corrected):
Red Rock Howth DWC
Commentary

(Summary blog only.   Last full blog was Day 0368).

 

Today’s photos (click to enlarge)

Entering walkways on Howth peninsula (Dublin Bay side) Warning about wild goats.   Goatherd is daughter of the Dutch Loughavalla loop walk farm owner 
Grave of Phil Lynott and his mother Philomena in St Fintans cemetery Howth
Interactive map

(Elevations corrected at  GPS Visualizer: Assign DEM elevation data to coordinates )

Total distance: 8028 m
Max elevation: 77 m
Min elevation: 0 m
Total climbing: 138 m
Total descent: -139 m
Total time: 04:01:32
Download file: Red Rock Howth compressed corrected.gpx

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