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David-Guenot: Track 2944 in area near Barnanageehy, Slieve Mish (Ireland)
A tour of the Slieve Mish
Length: 26.1km, Creator time taken: 9h55m, Ascent: 1555m,
Descent: 1614m

Places: Start at Q80909 10753, Barnanageehy, Castle Hill, Baurtregaum, Caherconree, Gearhane, Baurtregaum NW Top, Baurtregaum NE Top, Baurtregaum Far NE Top, end at Start
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I had first planned a similar route as Simoburn's PMG walk, before deciding, the night before the walk, to try and add a Baurtregaum-Caherconree return trip to it. As I stopped admiring the views from the saddle between those two, I finally decided to also add Gearhane, which I did not regret, despite the terrible weather conditions I then suddenly had to endure along Baurtregaum's NE ridge !! It all got slightly better as I reached Baurtregaum Far NE Top, and I even had a bit of sunshine on the hard-going descent to the Dingle Way and on the way back to the car. Great views from the E ridge, that become really stunning once you reach the higher tops.

Uploaded on: Mon, 18 May 2015 (19:10:44)
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