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Conor74
2010-09-09 14:09:10
Twelve Bens - Bencorr and Benbaun
Heading to Galway for the weekend. Might try and get 5 or 6 hours walking time in around the Twelve Bens this Saturday. Anyone recommend a good route there, preferably to take in a few of the higher climbs and if possible a circuit. I see 2 walks here, one circuit taking in Bencorr in a Glencoaghan circuit (may be a couple of hours more than I'll be allowed out!) and another taking in and the other taking in Benbaun from Glencorbet. Is there any good circuit or route that might take in the two, in 5 or 6 hours - is there much of a descent and ascent between them?
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