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Garmin: Track 2074 in area near Cruach Mhín an Neanta, Bluestack Mountains (Ireland)
Croveenananta - Croaghubbrid loop
Length: 8.0km, Creator time taken: 4h 8m, Ascent: 493m,
Descent: 511m

Places: Start at G93735 93586, Cruach Mhín an Neanta, An Leathchruach, Croaghugagh, Cruach Thiobraide, end at Start
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My first hill walk in a while due to business commitments so I was really looking foreward to this one, especially welcome was a chance to burn off some of the "gross" Christmas calories! A fine trip taking in four summits with great views of the Bluestack mountains especially the lavagh More - lavagh beg ridge and Gaugin mountain.
The weather was changable and cold with wintery squalls blowing in from the west a few times so had to stop to don extra layers, didn't spoil a really enjoyable day however! This is a fine walk that I will definately do again in better weather.

Uploaded on: Tue, 1 Jan 2013 (17:55:39)
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