Places:Start at L7363593930, Corraun Hill, Corraun Hill Highpoint, end at L8280896630 9.6km E from Start Logged as completed by 1
There were various other tracks before this one going onto the Corraun plateau but none crossing from one side to the other. Most of the climbing effort on this route is at the beginning. The start is at a small carpark near the SW of Corraun. Walk up to where the bog road heads east just after a river bridge. Follow the unpaved road until it forks and then turn left. When the road peters out ascend towards Corraun Hill over reasonably short heather and moss. There are a few cairns at various poi nts on the ridge, however the summit has a trig pillar. From the top turn east towards the col before the main part of the plateau. We were in mist and rain most of the walk until Slieve Aghkerane however it is likely that in good weather there would be fine views into the steep north side with a number of corrie lakes. There are various cairns near the top. Leaving the top head east as shown. There is a slight path or marking line. Eastern edge Eventually you come to the sharp descent at the east end of the plateau. Take a minute to look NE at the glorious ridge visible there. Turn left at the edge, go around 500m and then left over fairly confused ground. There is a telecoms mast at around L811967 which is a handy landmark and also has a good road leading down.
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