Walk in Ireland, Galway Binn Charrach Binn Bhán Binn Fraoigh Muckanaght An Chailleach Maumonght Binn Bhreac, ascent 1304m, length 19.1km
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wicklore: Track 1332 in area near Binn Charrach , Twelve Bens (Ireland)
Seven of the Twelve Bens.
Length: 19.1km, Creator time taken: 7h54m, Ascent: 1304m,
Descent: 1280m

Places: Start at L81227 56960, Binn Charrach, Binn Bhán, Binn Fraoigh, Muckanaght, An Chailleach, Maumonght, Binn Bhreac, end at L75112 48721 10km SW from Start
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A long walk taking in 7 of the summits in the Twelve Bens range. A car split is advisable as the walk finishes many many miles from the starting point, although I succeeded in getting two hitches back to my car. Steep ascents and descents are the order of the day.

Uploaded on: Sun, 26 Feb 2012 (17:17:24)
Trackback: https://mountainviews.ie/track/1332/  
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