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conormcbandon: Track 2494 in area near Dunkerron Mountains (Ireland)
A Circuit of Waterville - Heartbreak Ridge
Length: 49.2km, Creator time taken: 12h28m, Ascent: 2249m,
Descent: 2238m

Places: Start at V50301 65306, Reenearagh, Beenarourke, Farraniaragh Mountain, Cahernageeha Mountain, Beenrour, Mullaghbeg, Eagles Hill, Staigue Top, Staigue N E Top, Esknaloughoge, Esknaloughoge N Top, Coomcallee, Beann na Stiocairí, An Bheann Mhór, Glanbeg, end at V50306 65706 401m N from Start
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A great day out in good weather. There are many,many fences to be crossed on this route. Reenearagh was easily accessed via its subsidary top but seeing no people around I exited quickly via the front gate. Beenarourke was reached passing a well preserved barracks. I made a quick detour to Beenrour. Take care on the rocky, grassy descent from Eagles Hill down to the Kerry Way - it could be quite treacharous in the wet. Beware the ridge from Eagles Hill to Coomcallee - It's a difficult up and down traverse that took 2 and half hours for 6 or 7 km that I underestimated.

Uploaded on: Mon, 21 Apr 2014 (18:59:27)
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