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simoburn: Track 2737 in area near Bengorm, North Mayo (Ireland)
PMG Walk 71 - The Corranabinnias and Co.
Length: 29.9km, Creator time taken: 6h51m, Ascent: 1747m,
Descent: 1773m

Places: Start at L9214096527, Bengorm, Bengorm NW Top, Corranabinnia, Glennamong, Corranabinnia SW Top, Maumthomas NE Top, Maumthomas SW Top, Claggan Mountain NE Top, end at L8427896560 7.9km W from Start
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PMG Walk 71 - The Corranabinnias and Co. Day 14 in the hills. It's hard to believe I have been out here on the West Coast for two weeks already! There are many more summits to climb, as of today 94 summits to go! The weather started cloudy today but cleared up beautifully and I had a cracking day in the hills while ticking off 5 PMG summits and 3 non-PMG summits. When there was no breeze the sun felt lovely and nice for a change! The walk, which was walk number 71 of PMG was again in North Mayo near Newport! The views were great today, I cloud see Croagh Patrick, the hills on Achill Island and the hills I have already done in the clouds yesterday! Ah the difference a day makes!

Uploaded on: Sun, 16 Nov 2014 (15:24:30)
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