Walk in Ireland, Kerry An Bhinn Dubh Macha na gCab An Scraig An Géarán Barr an Ghéaráin Faill na nDeamhan Cnoc Bréanainn, ascent 1463m, length 21.3km
Aidy: Track 3888 in area near An Bhinn Dubh, Brandon Group (Ireland)
Brandon From The Connor Pass
Length: 21.3km, Creator time taken: 12h27m, Ascent: 1463m, Descent: 1500m
Places:Start at Q49041 05587, An Bhinn Dubh, Macha na gCab, An Scraig, An Géarán, Barr an Ghéaráin, Faill na nDeamhan, Cnoc Bréanainn, end at Q48687 05431 387m SW from Start Logged as completed by 1
Hugely enjoyable walk, taking in seven summits, with some of the best views in Ireland. Most would probably do this in a shorter time, as I'm not a fast walker, and I stop for lots of photographs. I also did this on a very hot day, and didn't take nearly enough water for the conditions so I found it tough, especially towards the end where I had to take a lot of breaks. I even had a half hour nap at one point!
Starting out early from the Connor Pass
On An Bhinn Dubh, the first and smallest summit of the day
A look back towards Brandon Peak and Gearhane
Looking down through the passing clouds from the summit of Brandon
On the way back, looking out along the northern side of the Dingle Peninsula
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