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peter1: Track 3801 in area near Glascarns Hill, Bluestack Mountains (Ireland)
Enough for one day
Length: 19.6km, Creator time taken: 7h14m, Ascent: 1436m,
Descent: 1359m

Places: Start at G95971 94117, Glascarns Hill, Croaghbane, Ard na gCaor, Ard na gCaor (mullach thiar theas), An Chruach Ghorm, An Leamhaigh Mhór, An Leamhaigh Bheag, Cruach an Airgid, end at G92080 93232 4km W from Start
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As I get older and my ability to climb on consecutive days on the hills becomes more difficult, I tend to 'go large' on the days I do go out. Hence, my plan was to climb all 7 of the 600m peaks in the Bluestacks in one go!
You will notice that this track seems to end abruptly! This is because I left my mountain bike at this spot, which is, in effect, the end of the motorable section of the road through the valley. If walking back to the start point from here, plan to add an additional 3kms or so.

The Granite landscape of the Bluestacks, looking towards Ardnageer

The cliffs of Binn na Cailli, at the western end of Lavagh Beg

Uploaded on: Sun, 3 Jun 2018 (14:03:43)
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