Walk in Ireland, Kerry 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 Coomduff, ascent 2081m, length 49.2km
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simoburn: Track 2718 in area near Farraniaragh Mountain, Dunkerron Mountains (Ireland)
PMG Walk 57 - Waterville Loop
Length: 49.2km, Creator time taken: 11h12m, Ascent: 2081m,
Descent: 2083m

Places: Start at V50306 65706, 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, Coomduff, end at Start
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PMG Walk 57 - Waterville Loop. Turned out a little bigger than I thought it would be. The bad weather made it harder too. With strong gusts and crazy heavy rain along with thunder and lightning on Coomcalle, needless to say it was eventful. Finished in the dark! Also found out all my new waterproof gear (leggings & Jacket) are not so waterproof...got soaked and fast too! :( Also alot of the summit markers need "updating" which I hope to do.

Uploaded on: Thu, 16 Oct 2014 (20:29:33)
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