Karstlandschaft auf dem Mullaghmore – Burren Nationalpark
Irland planned a hike.
July 26, 2021
On this beautiful circular hike you will explore the fascinating karst landscape of the Burren National Park. Exciting rock formations, wonderful views and an exciting, rocky path await you. The terrain is a bit demanding, but the stamina is not stressed too much at 150 meters above sea level.The round starts at a parking lot for hikers and follows the blue route through the national park. At first it is pretty even on a road to the east. Behind a few small pieces of forest you continue your way on a footpath and walk out into the karst landscape. Here you will soon pass by the banks of the picturesque Lough Gealain.Then the ascent to the summit begins. Be careful on your way, because there is also a lot to discover on the rocks on the ground. It goes up stony and you need your hands every now and then to climb larger steps. The view from Mullaghmore is something very special: the neighboring karst hill Slieve Rua can be seen very well from here. From above it looks like a stone vortex. In the direction of this vortex you then descend again and circle the Mullaghmore on its west side to hike back past Lough Galain to the starting point.
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