Walk in Ireland, Kerry Tooreenbaha Lackabane Eskatarriff East Top Eskatarriff Coomacloghane Tooth Mountain Knocknaveacal South Top, ascent 1027m, length 13.5km
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conormcbandon: Track 2638 in area near Tooreenbaha, Caha Mountains (Ireland)
Rabachs Glen Circuit
Length: 13.5km, Creator time taken: 2h48m, Ascent: 1027m,
Descent: 533m

Places: Start at V76029 55688, Tooreenbaha, Lackabane, Eskatarriff East Top, Eskatarriff, Coomacloghane, Tooth Mountain, Knocknaveacal South Top, end at V74180 55901 1.9km W from Start
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I parked at a small widening in the road just after the farmroad into the left which i used to cross the river. I had planned this walk along while ago and had forgotten about the carpark - wouldn't have minded €4 for the peace of mind. This is another slight variation of this horseshoe walk to add to the debate. I've go to say this must be one of the most epic horseshoes in the country. It is one of the favorites that I've done so far. Such great reward for relatively little work - massive views and essentially deserted. I've only really added it here to highlight this little climbed part of the country.

Uploaded on: Wed, 3 Sep 2014 (01:11:59)
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