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Moylussa Mountain County Highpoint of Clare, in County Highpoint, Arderin Lists, Fine & some coarser greywacke Bedrock

Height: 531.6m OS 1:50k Mapsheet: 58 Grid Reference: R64844 75928 This place has been logged as visited by 239 members. Recently by: oakesave, cravaxe, sarahryanowen, robcon54, ewen, DeltaP, Podgemus, bigmac63, flynnke, atlantic73, Danmo, bryanjbarry, deccarroll85, BathQueen, Dean
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Longitude: -8.522358, Latitude: 52.833506 , Easting: 164845, Northing: 175928 Prominence: 501.64m,  Isolation: 2.2km
ITM: 564802 675967,   GPS IDs, 6 char: Myls, 10 char: Moylussa
Bedrock type: Fine & some coarser greywacke, (Slieve Bernagh Formation)

Two tops of same height, the second at R651755. This is the highest point in Co. Clare.   Moylussa is the third highest mountain in the Shannon area and the 466th highest in Ireland. Moylussa is the highest point in county Clare.

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Clare's highest mountain. Always a great enticeme .. by gerloughnanne   (Show all for Moylussa)
 
oldsoldier on Moylussa, 2010
by oldsoldier  15 Jan 2010
A gang of us climbed Moylussa yesterday 14 Jan 2009. We parked at the carpark on the Scarriff road out of Killaloe at the Ul carpark. We followed the east Clare Way, (sheet 54 has very little comparison of the track on the map to the track in the forest.) It is possibel to drive up this road to the carpark in the forest saving about 400 metres. The tracks are confusing but if you follow the yellow man to a point where you will see a sign prohibiting quads and motorbikes form access to the summit, where you turn right and follow a dirty track to the summit. yesterday we strayed form this route as we wished to leave the beaten track and get the best of the snow. Trackback: http://mountainviews.ie/summit/390/comment/4355/
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View from just below the summit of Moylussa looki .. by fcurtin   (Show all for Moylussa)
 
Climbed Moylussa from the West (Broadford) back i .. by Ginger   (Show all for Moylussa)
 
I can only echo the view of SDillmore and say tha .. by madfrankie   (Show all for Moylussa)
 
two of us climbed moylussa last week from the car .. by azerbaijan   (Show all for Moylussa)
 
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