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David-Guenot: Track 2872 in area near Benbulbin, Dartry Mountains (Ireland)
A rewarding six-summit trip !!
Length: 20.6km, Creator time taken: 6h43m, Ascent: 828m,
Descent: 762m

Places: Start at G69219 47186, Benbulbin, Benbulbin South-East Top, Kings Mountain, Annacoona Top, Benwiskin South Top, Benwiskin, end at Start
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A fantastic route, taking in six tops, with rewarding views all along the way. The ascent up the NE slopes of Benbulben is rather steep but quite short, once you have reached the summit plateau, most of the climbing is done. The going was rather easy with the best weather conditions, on dry ground, with only a few peat hags between Benbulben and Kings Mountain and a soggy portion on the ridge leading to Benwiskin. Be aware that this track runs along steep cliffs, especially around Annacoona Top and N of Benwiskin. Also, mind the holes (some of them 6 to 7m deep) around Pt 566 (see comments on Annacoona Top).

Uploaded on: Tue, 21 Apr 2015 (18:22:56)
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