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march-fixer: Track 4541 in area near Kilclooney Mountain, Comeragh Mountains (Ireland)
Sunny Day Outing
Length: 7.8km, Creator time taken: 1h33m, Ascent: 668m,
Descent: 628m

Places: Start at S34092 10238, Kilclooney Mountain, end at S34003 10493 270m N from Start
Logged as completed by 1

What a lovely route on a clear sunny day. This way an introductory trek for most of the group. The views were clear and spectacular.
Corrie lake in summer glory.
It was essential to carry plenty of fluids due to the very hot conditions. There was excellend condiitions underfoot.

Spectacular view looking south east.

On the return section we decided to head back into the lake and even sampled the warm water which is an exception here. Normally the water is mountain lake icy cold. Care must be taken to ensure that you understand the lie of the lake bed before attempting to sample its delights!

Uploaded on: Sat, 31 Jul 2021 (18:46:23)
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