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Onzy: Track 3328 in area near Tooreennamna, Caha Mountains (Ireland)
Caha Mountains: Tooreennamna
Length: 4.5km, Creator time taken: 2h , Ascent: 439m,
Descent: 456m

Places: Start at V70197 53853, Tooreennamna, end at V70741 53193 855m SE from Start
Logged as completed by 1
Route taking in Tooreenamna, an outlier to the west of the Cummeenageera circuit and a highly rated hill.
Shoulder peak from Glenbeg Lough
Tooreennamna lies just west of the Cummeengeera circuit above Ardgroom, As it it is tricky to include in that circuit, it is probably best included as a circuit of Glenbeg Lough or climbed by itself.

Approaching from the lough, Tooreennamna presents a rocky face and an apparently obvious peak. This however, is only the first of many false summits from this direction, each one craggier than the next, which unfold as you climb. The actual summit, when finally reached is somewhat of an anti-climax, a small plateau surrounded by perhaps eight prominences, at least 5 of which are contenders for the actual peak.

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The climb upwards from the lough can be as easy or as hard as you like.

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There are plenty of opportunities to scramble, but equally all obstacles can be avoided by picking your way up.
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I descended into the valley, aiming to hit the lough about halfway along its length. This is straighforward except for the 300m width of the most aggressive elephant grass I have yet encountered, which lies between you and the lough.

Uploaded on: Wed, 26 Oct 2016 (09:19:39)
Trackback: http://mountainviews.ie/track/3328/  
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