Places:Start at N93173 01953, Church Mountain, Corriebracks, Lobawn, Table Mountain West Top, Table Mountain, Camenabologue, Camenabologue SE Top, Benleagh, Lugnaquilla, Slievemaan, Ballineddan Mountain, Keadeen Mountain, end at S93373 93831 8.1km S from Start Logged as completed by 1
PMG Walk 11 - A horseshoe walk of 41.1kms done in 13hrs and 5mins. Started up Church Mountain 544m, went around the forest and up Corriebracks 531m and then on to Lobawn 636m. Followed the "tracks" as much as possible and Table Mountain 702m and Camenabologue 758m. Then left the normal tracks and did Camenabologue SE Top 663m, Benleagh 689m, and then up Lugnaquilla 925m and then took the tack down to Slievemaan 759m and Ballineddan Mountain 652m. Headed to the road between Ballineddan Mountain and Keadeen Mountain and took some "shortcuts" and forest tracks up to the summit of Keadeen Mountain 653m and took a steep descent to the small country roads near Spinans Hill. Followed the small country roads/lanes back towards "Davidstown" where we hitched back to the car!
See blog post here: http://www.adventureburn.com/pmg-walk-11-day-hills-dawn-dusk/
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