Walk in Ireland, Galway Corcóg Cruiscín Mullach Glas Binn Mhór soir barr Binn Mhór NE Top Binn idir an dá Log (mullach thoir theas) Binn idir an dá Log Cnoc na hUilleann (mullach thuaidh) Barr Log Riabhach Binn Bhriocáin Binn Bhriocáin (mullach thoir thuaidh) Binn Bhán Leenaun Hill Far North-West Top, ascent 2395m, length 28.8km
Jim Holmes: Track 2884 in area near Corcóg, Maamturks (Ireland)
The Maamturks Challenge Route
Length: 28.8km, Creator time taken: 13h24m, Ascent: 2395m, Descent: 2501m
Places:Start at L96719 49703, Corcóg, Cruiscín, Mullach Glas, Binn Mhór soir barr, Binn Mhór NE Top, Binn idir an dá Log (mullach thoir theas), Binn idir an dá Log, Cnoc na hUilleann (mullach thuaidh), Barr Log Riabhach, Binn Bhriocáin, Binn Bhriocáin (mullach thoir thuaidh), Binn Bhán, Leenaun Hill Far North-West Top, end at L87186 61902 15km NW from Start Logged as completed by 7
This was The Maamturks Challenge of 2014 as hosted by NUIG Mountaineering Club.
Very rough weather during the first third of the Challenge.
Pleasant day thereafter did ensue.
A full day's Challenge - done at a gentle pace.
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