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mlmoroneybb: Track 3668 in area near Shehy/Knockboy (Ireland)
The Beara-Breifne Way Day4
Length: 27.5km, Creator time taken: 7h46m, Ascent: 783m,
Descent: 626m

Places: Start at V92958 56357, Foilastookeen, end at W09293 65953 19km NE from Start
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The Saturday trek started in the scenic village of Glengarriff. From here a short boat trip brought some of our members to the beautiful Garnish island. Others continued in the shadow of the Cabh Dudb mountain and over the Coomhola River, then into the valley of An Coinigeor, with views of the Shehy mountains to our right where we encountered a herd of Highland cattle. The days walk ended with weary legs as we descended to the glacier lake of Gougane Barra. We enjoyed our dinner in the views of this ancient religious setting.

Uploaded on: Thu, 7 Dec 2017 (11:28:41)
Trackback: https://mountainviews.ie/track/3668/  
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