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finbarr65: Track 4570 in area near Long Hill, Comeragh Mountains (Ireland)
Comeragh Crossing: www.irishmountainchallenges.com
Length: 47.9km, Creator time taken: 11h 4m, Ascent: 1820m,
Descent: 1836m

Places: Start at S20216 22235, Long Hill, Laghtnafrankee, Knocksheegowna, Knockanaffrin, Knockanaffrin South Top, Carrignagower, Kilclooney Mountain, Curraghduff, Coumfea North Top, Coumfea, Seefin, Coumaraglin Mountain, Crohaun, end at X25941 93485 29km S from Start
Logged as completed by 2

This was the great day on the Comeragh Crossing as specified by https://www.irishmountainchallenges.com/comeragh-crossing
The challenge start is the Old Bridge in Clonmal and the finish at Duke of Devonshire Bridge in Dungravan. Summit names listed in the challange details were taken from East-West mapping.
Croughduff(Carrignagower) was reached after 4.5 hours (20km) by which the majority of the climbing is done. Granted the next couple of hours were a bit of a slog crossing the very boggy ground that is Comeragh Plateau before the better ground after Seefin. From here its a real pleasure with the wonderful views towards Dungravan and the sea. 10km from the final summit Cruachan to the finish half of which is on the road.
John & Pat Barry

Uploaded on: Mon, 1 Nov 2021 (11:08:19)
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