Walk in Ireland, Kerry An Cnoc Riabhach Mullaghanattin East Top Mullaghanattin Beann NE Top Beann Beann SW Top Beann Far SW Top Beann South Top, ascent 1236m, length 15.7km
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fingalscave: Track 1268 in area near An Cnoc Riabhach, Iveragh (Ireland)
Mullaghanattin circuit, from The Pocket.
Length: 15.7km, Creator time taken: 7h55m, Ascent: 1236m,
Descent: 1241m

Places: Start at V74728 74690, An Cnoc Riabhach, Mullaghanattin East Top, Mullaghanattin, Beann NE Top, Beann, Beann SW Top, Beann Far SW Top, Beann South Top, end at Start
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Absolutely wonderful place. I added in Beann SW and far SW tops; on the day I was there, I couldn't not have. Only regret was not having the time to extend over to Finnararagh (an Corran), magnificent with it's bony arm in proprietorial embrace around Lough Coomeen.
Aware of the access issues here, I arrived booted and suited, packed and ready to head straight up without any delay. In the event, I didn't meet any irate landowners nor indeed any other hikers.

Uploaded on: Tue, 21 Feb 2012 (21:40:15)
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