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conormcbandon: Track 3133 in area near Seanadh Bhéara, South Connemara (Ireland)
A link up of these two remote summits with fantastic views
Length: 14.7km, Creator time taken: 4h 4m, Ascent: 767m,
Descent: 777m

Places: Start at L93012 39475, Seanadh Bhéara, Knockadav, end at L92736 38691 831m S from Start
Logged as completed by 1

Leaving my car on the main road I followed the track northwards towards Shannavara. The track becomes non existent in places and can be completely waterlogged in a few patches. Judging from the OS maps I had expected some wet and had worn a pair of wellies which were appreciated in those spots but were a curse on the hills.
The lake on the left is ​occupied by a few strange structures; a house on an islacd in the middle of the lake, another building with some circular tanks at the southern end and the remnants of a broken dam (I think?) at the northern end.
The summits are resident to some fantastic views of the Maamturks, the Bens, The Aran Islands and more.

Uploaded on: Sun, 4 Oct 2015 (17:11:34)
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