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mlmoroneybb: Track 3670 in area near Paps/Derrynasaggart (Ireland)
The Beara-Breifne Way Day 6
Length: 30.3km, Creator time taken: 8h51m, Ascent: 781m,
Descent: 811m

Places: Start at W19532 77676, end at W26921 92653 17km NE from Start
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Thanks to all for making the weekends on the Beara-Breifne Way so special. We have completed 187Km in 7 Day’s walking and climbed 6,190Metres. The total length of the walk is 685Km so there is a lot of walking left to do. Ballyvourney, covered in snow and ice, was the start of Saturday’s walk. The route followed a tarred road for a short distance before climbing through pasture and open moorland, before entering coniferous forestry. In the snow, we had magnificent views of the village, its oak woods, the Derrynasaggart Mountain range and the famous Paps of Dana. We followed forest tracks for several kilometres in knee deep snow crossing the county boundary into Kerry and back to Cork again as we winded our way below large windmills overlooking the plains of North Cork. The last part of the walk passed around Claragh Mountain into Millstreet, then entered the grounds of Drishane Castle and finished at Booing Fort outside Millstreet.

Uploaded on: Thu, 7 Dec 2017 (11:39:40)
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