Walk in Ireland, Kerry Tooreenbaha Lackabane Eskatarriff East Top Eskatarriff Coomacloghane Tooth Mountain Knocknaveacal South Top, ascent 1022m, length 12.6km
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Onzy: Track 2089 in area near Tooreenbaha, Caha Mountains (Ireland)
Cummeengeera (Rabach's Glen) Circuit
Length: 12.6km, Creator time taken: 5h18m, Ascent: 1022m,
Descent: 1022m

Places: Start at V75279 55150, Tooreenbaha, Lackabane, Eskatarriff East Top, Eskatarriff, Coomacloghane, Tooth Mountain, Knocknaveacal South Top, end at V75425 55346 245m NE from Start
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Circuit of Cummeengeera based on route from Adrian Hendroff's 'Dingle, Iveragh & Beara Peninsulas' book, together with variations, intended and unintended! The shocking wind and very limited visibility may have affected my route choices somewhat, however, this is one way to get around.

Descending from the gap after Tooth Mountain (V74237 55799) through gully and over grass needs care - On the day I walked (13.02.2013) the grassy areas in particular were treacherous - like steep loose jelly - I ended up on my ass a number of times, and one pole paid the ultimate price!

But a really great walk.

Uploaded on: Sat, 16 Feb 2013 (09:24:53)
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