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ColinCallanan: Track 2868 in area near Bouleevin, West Clare (Ireland)
A nice little Burren ramble on a hot sunny April evening
Length: 5.0km, Creator time taken: 3h 9m, Ascent: 242m,
Descent: 154m

Places: Start at M34641 05103, Bouleevin, end at M33520 01011 4.2km S from Start
Logged as completed by 1
This A to B walk crosses the summit of Bouleevin to take in some wonderful views of the Burren. Slievecarraun and Eagles Rock look fantastic from this side of the valley, and there are great views across the lowlands and right our towards Galway bay. When you get to the end of the track, retrace your steps to come back down the same way.

This hike was guided by Robert Green, so I would like to credit him for this track. He knows the Burren like the back of his hand and is able to point out the best places for day walks or longer treks in this remote location.

Note: It was a lovely sunny day, so this was more of a relaxing stroll on the mountain with lots of stops to take in the hot sunny April weather and wonderful views. It could easily be done in less than half the time.

Uploaded on: Fri, 24 Apr 2015 (11:58:02)
Trackback: http://mountainviews.ie/track/2868/  
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