Routes – Glendalough & Glenmalure

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Date            Area                  Features on route
09/08/10     Glendalough    Spink –  Lugduff – Mullacor – Derrybawn
10/08/10     Glendalough    Kanturk –  Scarr –  Paddock Hill – Military Road
13/08/10     Glendalough    Camaderry – Turlough Hill – Lough Firrib – Conavalla – Lugduff – Spink
17/08/10     Glenmalure      Glenmalure – Table Mountain – Camenbologue – Benleagh – Fraughan Rock Glen
19/08/10     Glenmalure      Shay Elliott monument – Cullentragh – Mullacor – Glenmalure
23/08/10     Glendalough    Tonelagee – Brockaghs
24/08/10     Glenmalure      Carraway Stick –  Kellys Lough
03/09/10     Glenmalure      Lugduff – Conavalla – Camenabologue – Benleagh  – Cannow Mtn
12/09/10     Glenmalure      Carraway Stick –  Corrigasleggaun  – Percys Table – Lugnaquillia – Clohernagh
26/11/10     Glenmalure      Coolgarrow – Croghanmoira – Fannierin Mountain – Military Road
24/03/11     Glenmalure      Shay Elliott Monument – Cullentragh Mountain – Mullacor
11/04/11     Glendalough    Derrybawn – Cullentragh – Mullacor – Lugduff – Conavalla – Turlough Hill – Camaderry
22/04/11     Glenmacnass   Laragh – Paddock Hill – Scarr – Kanturk – Tonelagee – Brockagh Mountain
24/04/11     Glenmalure      Carrawaystick Bridge – Cloghernagh – Lugnaquillia – Camenabologue – Lugduff – Ballinafunshogue
20/11/11     Glenmalure      Barrivore – Fraughan Rock Glen – Lugnaquillia – Clohernagh – Arts Lough – Barrivore
29/12/11     Glenmalure      Barrivore – Fraughan Rock Glen – Barrivore
13/01/13     Glenmalure      Baravore – Camenabologue – Camenabologue East top – Fraughan Rock Glen – Baravore
04/03/15     Glenmalure      Barrivore – Fraughan Rock Glen – Barrivore
16/12/19     Glenmalure      Barrivore – Fraughan Rock Glen – Barrivore in the snow

Note: All walkers in the upland areas of Ireland should be aware that the weather conditions can change suddenly and that a nice day in a valley can be quite a different day on higher ground. Proper clothing and equipment are essential and on most hills it is advisable to carry a map and compass and be able to use them.  Explore More does not guarantee any of the route description or other information contained herein and accepts no responsibility for use of this information.

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