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Onzy: Track 3527 in area near Na Cnámha, MacGillycuddy's Reeks (Ireland)
Reeks: The Bones
Length: 12.1km, Creator time taken: 5h 1m, Ascent: 948m,
Descent: 953m

Places: Start at V83447 87114, Na Cnámha, Beenkeragh, end at V83652 87365 324m NE from Start
Logged as completed by 1

Route from Cronin's Yard, up the gullies behind Cummeenoughter to the Bones, over the ridge to Beenkeeragh and down from the col between Beenkeragh and Knockbrinnea.

Note I don't identify the gully involved, I confess that's because I'm not entirely sure. My intention had been to ascend to Cummeenoughter, from where there is a choice of 3 gullies, curved, central and Brother O'Shea's, heading towards the col between Carrauntoohil and the Bones. I had identified the latter gully as being the most appropriate. However, I was tempted by the appearance of an obvious gully just beofre the lake, which I now suspect to be Curved Gully. I ascended this for a bit which involved a fair bit of pulling myself up with my arms before an obvious break appeared to the right, through which I escaped to a less confining gully to the west, probably Brother O'Shea's.... Central Gully wasn't at all obvious...

The descent from the col is straightforward, a little bit of to-ing and fro-ing to avoid crags and scree/boulder fields, but easy enough and with stunning views of the Hag's Tooth.

Uploaded on: Fri, 14 Jul 2017 (18:56:30)
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