Walk in Ireland, Mayo Ben Goram Croagh Patrick Lugnademon Teevenacroaghy Crott Mountain, ascent 981m, length 17.8km
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simoburn: Track 2752 in area near Ben Goram, Croagh Patrick (Ireland)
PMG Walk 67 - Croagh Patrick
Length: 17.8km, Creator time taken: 3h22m, Ascent: 981m,
Descent: 991m

Places: Start at L88860 82485, Ben Goram, Croagh Patrick, Lugnademon, Teevenacroaghy, Crott Mountain, end at L91582 82432 2.7km E from Start
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PMG Walk 67 - Croagh Patrick. I did the full lenght walk of the Croagh Patrick range. I only meet people near the car park as I finished. The cloud came down for about 30mins when I was on the summit but otherwise had good views and stayed dry.Very windy weather though and the underfoot conditions (off track) were very wet after last nights rain. I descended some steep ground while making my way back to the normal descent track. Nice walk all in all, not long..now time for tea :)

Uploaded on: Fri, 14 Nov 2014 (13:02:19)
Trackback: https://mountainviews.ie/track/2752/  
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