While the rest of us were suffering the sweltering heat, the Coumloughra Seven were suffering a different kind of climate.                                                                              Not a nice day.  It was windy, which caused some anxiety regarding the feasibility of the Beenkeragh Ridge, but this was grand.  Glad to have hats and gloves, though, especially on top!  The wind continued over the Caher Ridge, and Caher itself, but the group was strong, so all went well.  Visibility had been poor, but improved on the descent from Caher so we were able to pick a good line.  It was incredibly dry underfoot.  (no photos)