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Aidy: Track 3937 in area near Mullagh More, West Clare (Ireland)
Mullagh More and Sliabh Rua
Length: 7.9km, Creator time taken: 3h38m, Ascent: 316m,
Descent: 317m

Places: Start at R31599 94593, Mullagh More, end at R31397 94351 315m SW from Start
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A leisurely walk in one of the most amazing areas in Ireland, or anywhere for that matter. The route took me to the top of Mullahg More, and on to the non-MV top of Sliabh Rua, returning the same way. Both hills are fantastically shaped, with huge whorls of limestone karst, and deep grykes full of plants and flowers. I've never seen so many grasshoppers. The Burren really is something special.


Huge swirls of limestone karst as far as the eye can see.


Sliabh Rua from Mullagh More.


Mullagh More from Sliabh Rua.




A look back at Mullagh More.

Uploaded on: Sun, 16 Sep 2018 (18:20:29)
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