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Mweelrea Mountains Area
Maximum height for area: 814 metres,   Summits in area: 9,   Maximum prominence for area: 779 metres, OSI/LPS Maps: 37 For all tops   Highest summit: Mweelrea, 814m
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Ben Lugmore Mountain Binn Log Mhór A name in Irish
(prob. Ir. Binn Log Mhór [PDT], 'peak of the big hollow') Mayo County, in Arderin, Vandeleur-Lynam, Irish Best Hundred, Irish Highest Hundred Lists, Sandstone & conglomerate, ignimbrite Bedrock

Height: 803m OS 1:50k Mapsheet: 37 Grid Reference: L81173 67379 This summit has been logged as climbed by 271 members. Recently by: Damien25, Onzy, Garmin, ericjones, Aciddrinker, Colin Murphy, A_Hynes, trevorf, tommccarthy, Iamcan, davidsloan_1, deirdrenig, shanec, Wilderness, David-Guenot
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Longitude: -9.797469, Latitude: 53.642861 , Easting: 81173, Northing: 267379 Prominence: 158m,   Isolation: 0.4km
ITM: 481150 767398,   GPS IDs, 6 char: BnLgmr, 10 char: BnLgmr
Bedrock type: Sandstone & conglomerate, ignimbrite, (Mweelrea Formation)

Ben Lugmore is the second highest mountain in the Mweelrea Mountains area and the 39th highest in Ireland. Ben Lugmore is the third highest point in county Mayo.

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High centre of an exhilarating ridge. .. by group   (Show all for Ben Lugmore)
 
Ben Lugmore and its outriding tops to the E and W .. by gerrym   (Show all for Ben Lugmore)
 
I walked the Lugmore Ridge from west to east on a .. by CaptainVertigo   (Show all for Ben Lugmore)
 
From cloud-covered Ben Lugmore East Top, the rout .. by madfrankie   (Show all for Ben Lugmore)
 
Not much of a peak on its own, but a nice ridge w .. by SDillmore   (Show all for Ben Lugmore)
 
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Bogs your Uncle!
by Irishsas  1 Feb 2011
Leaving Mweelrea summit we walked in a northeasterly direction along a relatively easy crest, branching northwards to go down towards a gap. Following this descent there is a rugged slope to climb to bring you to the summit of Ben Bury, there are a number of Cairns near the top but the summit lies on an area of boulders. About half way up I realised that if we continued to the summit of Ben Bury we would be doing the Ben Lugmore ridge primarily in the dark and felt it would be better to carry on across the coll and head directly for the ridge. No matter it gives us a good excuse to return!

This ridge has a number of peaks the highest of which is 803m and follows a southeasterly direction for the most part, suddenly taking a northeasterly direction. In some points you may look from left to right and there is nothing but a sheer drop to either side - indeed at some points it narrows to about a meter in width. Possibly not a walk for those inclement Irish days.

As darkness descended we neared the end of the ridge and set out across the bog towards Delphi Adventure Centre and the Owenaglough River. It was fairly rough going and there were quite a few occasions where I ended up sitting in a freezing pool of boggy water as grassy tussocks were not always what they appeared to be. Doing this with a head torch did not make that last hour any easier but the views from the ridge made it all worth it. Trackback: http://mountainviews.ie/summit/38/comment/6230/
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