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Binnasruell Mountain Binn na Sruthal A name in Irish
(Ir. Binn na Sruthal [logainm.ie], 'peak of the streams') Donegal County, in Arderin List, Quartz & feldspar pebbles, green matrix Bedrock

Height: 505m OS 1:50k Mapsheet: 11 Grid Reference: G91839 89720 This place has been logged as visited by 56 members. Recently by: scottwalker, markmjcampion, Lauranna, johncromie, shaunkelly, scapania, roscorrocket, David-Guenot, Ulsterpooka, millsd1, Aidy, walker26, Peter Walker, jasonmc, bramblerjunior
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Longitude: -8.12755, Latitude: 54.755344 , Easting: 191839, Northing: 389720 Prominence: 42m,  Isolation: 1.8km
ITM: 591789 889711,   GPS IDs, 6 char: Bnsrl, 10 char: Binasruel
Bedrock type: Quartz & feldspar pebbles, green matrix, (Lough Mourne Formation)

Sruell is a townland in the parish of Killymard. Ir. sruthail is a feminine noun meaning 'stream' derived from sruth, though rather less common than sruthán.   Binnasruell is the 556th highest place in Ireland.

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First stop on a circular walk .. by group   (Show all for Binnasruell)
 
I'd have to agree with murphysw's uncle: it's a v .. by csd   (Show all for Binnasruell)
 
It's also possible to approach Binnasruell from t .. by csd   (Show all for Binnasruell)
 
Climbed June 7th – (See Lavagh Beg for previous s .. by eflanaga   (Show all for Binnasruell)
 
MountainViews.ie Picture about mountain Binnasruell in area Bluestack Mountains, Ireland
Picture: looking up Struell valley to Croaghgorm
 
gerrym on Binnasruell, 2005
by gerrym  13 Jul 2005
From Carnaween (see Carnaween and Silver Hill for previous parts of route) it is a matter of retracing steps back past the wind turbines to thier access road and following it uphill. The road fords the Eany Beg Water but there was no mission with the volume and speed of water - I had to follow along the bank over very wet and disturbed ground from recent earthworks until I reached the point where the river is dammed. There is a pretty large resevoir impressively flanked by surrounding hills. Skirt around to the eastern side of the resevoir and then I'm afraid it is a bit of a slog heading for the high ground and ultimately Binnasruell. Not very impressive given the much higher and more interesting hills all around (but the views of these hills make the walk more than worthwhile) - the summit is like a crown surrounding Lough Anabrack. It is only when you drop down a little to the SE that can appreciate the steep flanks of the hill dropping down into the deep gap of Struell below. I then headed back towards the head of the Eany Beg Water and a climb back up Silver Hill where I had left my pack with camping gear. A drop down to the col with Lavagh Beg and further down into the Reelan valley to pick up and follow the track which brought me in. Not a soul did I see in these two days in the Bluestacks and walking through the expanse of the Reelan valley with music playing in my ears and the sun beating down is a memory that will stay with me for a good many years. Trackback: http://mountainviews.ie/summit/445/comment/1797/
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