Walk in Ireland, Galway Corcóg Cruiscín Mullach Glas Binn Mhór soir barr Binn Mhór NE Top Binn Mhór Binn Chaonaigh Binn idir an dá Log (mullach thoir theas) Binn idir an dá Log Cnoc na hUilleann Cnoc na hUilleann (mullach thuaidh) Barr Log Riabhach Binn Bhriocáin Binn Bhriocáin (mullach thoir thuaidh) Binn Bhán Leenaun Hill Far North-West Top, ascent 2658m, length 34.3km
mcrtchly: Track 1768 in area near Corcóg, Maamturks (Ireland)
Length: 34.3km, Creator time taken: 31h24m, Ascent: 2658m, Descent: 2675m
Places:Start at L96739 49680, Corcóg, Cruiscín, Mullach Glas, Binn Mhór soir barr, Binn Mhór NE Top, Binn Mhór, Binn Chaonaigh, Binn idir an dá Log (mullach thoir theas), Binn idir an dá Log, Cnoc na hUilleann, Cnoc na hUilleann (mullach thuaidh), Barr Log Riabhach, Binn Bhriocáin, Binn Bhriocáin (mullach thoir thuaidh), Binn Bhán, Leenaun Hill Far North-West Top, end at L87728 61978 15km NW from Start Logged as completed by 1
Classic traverse of the Maamturks but done over 1 1/2 days (camping overnight at Maumeen). We also did the safer alternative NW descent descent from the final ridge to the Western Way
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