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GSheehy: Track 3111 in area near North Mayo (Ireland)
Mulranny to Srahmore
Length: 25.9km, Creator time taken: 6h33m, Ascent: 1336m,
Descent: 1367m

Places: Start at L8319296765, Claggan Mountain NE Top, Maumthomas SW Top, Maumthomas NE Top, Corranabinnia SW Top, Corranabinnia, Glennamong, Glennamong East Top, Tirkslieve, end at F9694802721 15km NE from Start
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First time up this country and what a treat. The forecast was good and I thought I'd get some smashing photos but it wasn't to be as that low hanging cloud just lingered and there were a few light showers. 
I was in awe of the wild and tough walking terrain. Make no mistake, you'd know you'd had a decent walk when you get off the hill. No tracks up here, bar a few sheep ones, so you just walk it as you see it.  
Lough Anaffrin, Claggan Mountain NE (towards Achill) 

I could tell that the beauty of the mountains themselves were hidden on the day, because of the weather, but they looked fantastic and worth another visit on a beter day.
Theres a bit of a scramble between Corrannabinna SW and Corranabinnia itself but it only added to the walk.

Tirkslieve - Lough Feeagh

NB: I descended from Tirkslieve by following the fence down to F963 028 but there was a 'No Entry' sign on the other side of the gate where the hill meets the road. So, Id suggest heading to the foot bridge at F948 024 as an alternative. 

Uploaded on: Mon, 28 Sep 2015 (08:54:14)
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