simoburn: Track 2738 in area near Devilsmother North Top, Partry/Joyce Country (Ireland)
PMG Walk 65 Devilsmother to Barnahowna
Length: 28.8km, Creator time taken: 6h42m, Ascent: 1212m, Descent: 1215m
Places:Start at L93405 65632, Magairlí an Deamhain, Binn Gharbh (mullach thuaidh), Binn Gharbh, Knocklaur, Glennagleragh Mtn, Mám Trasna, Barnahowna, end at L97595 71262 7km NE from Start Logged as completed by 1
PMG Walk 65 Devilsmother to Barnahowna. Today saw a change in the weather for the better! For the most part the summits were cloud free and the walking and views were lovely. The underfoot conditions however were very very wet, which in fairness after all the rain that was to be expected.The plateau of Maumtrasna was on one hand boring and on the other quite special. It's size and flatness is something to be seen and to walk from one side to the other took me longer than planned even with the wet underfoot conditions. Nice walk, nice weather and an easy hitch back to the car! The views from Devilsmother are amazing! I was lucky to have them in the process of clearing from cloud which made for some great photos!
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