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Onzy: Track 2594 in area near Binn Bhreac, Twelve Bens (Ireland)
Western Bens
Length: 6.8km, Creator time taken: 2h17m, Ascent: 543m,
Descent: 623m

Places: Start at L73815 52274, end at L73908 51392 887m S from Start
Logged as completed by 1
A round taking in Bencullagh, Maumonght and Maumonght SW Top, starting from L739514, where there is a single parking place on the verge.

Easy and quick way to get the two loose VLs at the western edge of the 12 Bens. Forgot to turn on GPS until about 1k north of the starting point, skewing the stats. Overall its a 2.5 hour walk with an ascent of 625m and a total length of 8k.

Uploaded on: Wed, 13 Aug 2014 (19:02:02)
Trackback: http://mountainviews.ie/track/2594/  
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