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Knocklayd Mountain Cnoc Leithid A name in Irish
(Ir. Cnoc Leithid [DUPN], 'hill of the slope/expanse') Antrim County, in Arderin List, Columnar tholeiitic basalt lava Bedrock

Height: 514m OS 1:50k Mapsheet: 5 Grid Reference: D11500 36400 This place has been logged as visited by 93 members. Recently by: m0jla, melohara, Ulsterpooka, hivisibility, ckilm, jmcg, susanc, jimbloomer, jimmyread, trostanite, CaptainVertigo, simoburn, JKelly, chalky, Peter Walker
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Longitude: -6.251362, Latitude: 55.162174 , Easting: 311500, Northing: 436400 Prominence: 389m,  Isolation: 5.6km,   Has trig pillar
ITM: 711424 936380,   GPS IDs, 6 char: Knckly, 10 char: Knocklayd
Bedrock type: Columnar tholeiitic basalt lava, (Causeway Tholeiite Member)

With its characteristic conical shape, it can be recognised in many views from the northern part of County Antrim. The summit is surmounted by a cairn known as Carn an Truagh, interpreted in the Ordnance Survey Memoirs as 'cairn of the three', but the anglicised form is not compatible with this interpretation, and Fiachra Mac Gabhann described it as 'of unknown origin' in PNNI vol vii.   Knocklayd is the third highest mountain in the Antrim Hills area and the 520th highest in Ireland. Knocklayd is the third highest point in county Antrim.

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Climbed this afternoon starting out at 12.00 noon .. by eflanaga   (Show all for Knocklayd)
 
20-08-2006 My wife and I started our Sunday walk .. by BILLNOR   (Show all for Knocklayd)
 
The summit of Knocklayd can be reached from many .. by simon3   (Show all for Knocklayd)
 
Video from the top! .. by Ptarmigan   (Show all for Knocklayd)
 
MountainViews.ie Picture about mountain Knocklayd in area Antrim Hills, Ireland
 
ciaran67 on Knocklayd, 2006
by ciaran67  30 Oct 2006
Climbed Knocklayd on a dull friday afternoon but was still rewarded with excellent views at the top. There are numerous ways to get up knocklayd, It is not too difficult a climb once you have reached the top its easy to navigate your way across to be rewarded with excellent views of the beautiful glenn below. Trackback: http://mountainviews.ie/summit/428/comment/2532/
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This is a Mountain with a distintive shape, for w .. by CECIL   (Show all for Knocklayd)
 
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