; Walk in Ireland, Limerick Fear Breagach Keale Mountain Coolfree Mountain Carrigeenamronety, ascent 1329m, length 18km
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peter1: Track 4303 in area near Fear Breagach, Ballyhoura Mountains (Ireland)
4 hills by foot and bike
Length: 18.0km, Creator time taken: 5h33m, Ascent: 1329m,
Descent: 1359m

Places: Start at R70382 20214, Fear Breagach, Keale Mountain, Coolfree Mountain, Carrigeenamronety, end at R70313 20014 212m S from Start
Logged as completed by 1

These four hills are in my Local 100 list and have the advantage of being inside Co. Limerick so this was my first outing on the hills since February - and it was great to get out!
I would offer some advice to anyone thinking about climbing these hills and that is to bring overtrousers, gloves and a stoic mien.
The actual distance travelled by foot and bicycle was 38km and could be shortened. However, I tried where possible to avoid backtracking.

Uploaded on: Sun, 14 Jun 2020 (19:50:05)
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