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Jim Holmes: Track 3112 in area near Muckish, Donegal NW (Ireland)
The Glover Highlander Challenge Walk 2015
Length: 25.3km, Creator time taken: 10h15m, Ascent: 2225m,
Descent: 2258m

Places: Start at C01178 31310, Muckish, Na Leargacha, Aghla Beg, Aghla Beg (South), Aghla More, Mackoght, Errigal, end at B94292 19736 13km SW from Start
Logged as completed by 3
This was the route taken on the Glover Highlander Challenge Walk 2015 as hosted by the North West Mountaineering Club in 2015
The day turnned out to be a very strenous day that required a gargantuan effort by all!
Savage weather at times learns itself to the reasoning as to why "the scenic route" was taken at times (you may enjoy my "scenic" horseshoe trail cerca Aghla Beg!
No doubt there is a more streamlined version to follow (next time I get clearer weather on the next Glover Highlander!).
Jim Holmes.
Read the Report of the day (copy and paste address into your browser).

Uploaded on: Sun, 13 Sep 2015 (17:24:39)
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