; Walk in Ireland, Kerry Carrigawaddra Crohane Crohane SW Top Bennaunmore, ascent 825m, length 16.9km
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peter1: Track 4337 in area near Carrigawaddra, Mangerton (Ireland)
Crohane and tops from the south
Length: 16.9km, Creator time taken: 6h52m, Ascent: 825m,
Descent: 828m

Places: Start at W04486 78875, Carrigawaddra, Crohane, Crohane SW Top, Bennaunmore, end at Start
Logged as completed by 1

The one where I just had to get out onto the mountains...
The weather forecast was for cloud with mist and rain with the possibility of a break in the weather mid-afternoon. For the first 3 hrs or so, I was navigating with map and compass through rain, mist and cloud...then, just south of Crohane SW top, the cloud lifted and I got this wonderful view of Bennaunmore across the gap!

As others have reported, the terrain around here is very tough, at one stage I was pushing my way through bracken that was taller than me; another stretch has waist high grass! Still, a good day out.

Uploaded on: Sat, 25 Jul 2020 (20:24:02)
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