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New 15km Kirirom hiking trail fresh fun for those familiar with park’s peak experience

Publication date 29 May 2022 | 20:30 | ICT

When most people go to Kirirom, they pack food and drink for a picnic along with themselves into the car and speed towards the top of the the mountain in Kirirom National Park. When you get out of the car you’re just steps away from your

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