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Skoðað 2574sinnum, niðurhalað 46 sinni

nálægt Cloontyprughlish, Connaught (Ireland)

Walk at Glenade climbing Ben Bulben's eastern escarpment and descending towards Lough Glenade. Head west from road to climb through boulder strewn area between large rock outcrop and rock face of mountain. Keep an eye out for ancient fossils. When through gap find sheep track which will gradually lead you to top. From there follow edge and descend towards Lough Glenade.

4 comments

  • Rick Vlaming 13.6.2017

    I have followed this trail  View more

    Very beautifull scenery but we couldn't find the so called sheep track. It is just going up mountain without real path so we decided to quit.

  • jpuigsegur 11.8.2017

    This route is drawn on a map. Both the ascent and the descent are not real paths. DO NOT TRY TO FOLLOW THEM!
    The scenery is very nice and the idea of climbing north of Eagle's Rock and descending to Lough Glenade sounds very nice. Descent way can be found in https://www.wikiloc.com/wikiloc/view.do?id=19114801 but didn't have time to explore a way up.

  • jpuigsegur 11.8.2017

    In https://www.wikiloc.com/wikiloc/view.do?id=19115126 you can also find a way to go to Eagle's Rock from the visitor's parking following a route published by the Irish Times.

  • mynd af Iain_Miller

    Iain_Miller 29.11.2017

    BIt of a rough Trail but spectacular Mordor type scenery once you are up and round the base of Eagles Rock. We climbed Eagles Rock in 2012, http://uniqueascent.ie/sp/directory/details/eagles-rock-leitrim. The trail round the base does not really exist in it is a steep bouldery scramble for the main part.

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