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Breifne Area   Cuilcagh Mountains Subarea
Maximum height for area: 665 metres,   Summits in area: 14,   Maximum prominence for area: 570 metres, OSI/LPS Maps: 26, 27, 27A For all tops   Highest summit: Cuilcagh, 665m
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Mullaleam Hill Mullach Léim A name in Irish
Fermanagh County, in Carn List, Marginal marine (Meenymore Formation); Mudstone, Bedrock

Height: 424m OS 1:50k Mapsheet: 26 Grid Reference: H15304 31969 This summit has been logged as climbed by 28 members. Recently by: Ulsterpooka, DrMonkfish, frankmc04, eamonoc, Hilldweller, maxmunro, Peter Walker, Garmin, chalky, Fergalh, FEARGALS, mark-rdc, cerosti, AntrimRambler, NICKY
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Longitude: -7.766072, Latitude: 54.236396 , Easting: 215304, Northing: 331969 Prominence: 99m,   Isolation: 2.5km
ITM: 615250 831973,   GPS IDs, 6 char: Mllm, 10 char: Mullaleam
Bedrock type: Marginal marine (Meenymore Formation); Mudstone,, (Glenade Sandstone / Bellavalley formation)

Mullaleam is the 829th highest summit in Ireland. Mullaleam is the most northerly summit in the Breifne area. Mullaleam is the second highest point in county Fermanagh.

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MountainViews.ie Picture about mountain Mullaleam in area Breifne, Ireland
Picture: Mullaleam and limestone
madfrankie on Mullaleam, 2009
by madfrankie  4 Aug 2009
Mullaleam is the most northerly summit in the Cuilcaghs and a nondescript rise in the moorland, somewhat outshone by it's lower neighbour, Benaughlin.
Approaching from the south, pass through the village of Swanlinbar, and on crossing the border, take your first left.
At a T-junction take another left, passing a disused quarry. Continue past Gortalughany viewing point and park about 200m from the road's end, opposite a gate where a bog road crosses rough pasture (Grid Ref H164299 A). From here you're 2.3 km from the summit.
The track peters out after 10 minutes, bringing you to the top of a gorge which a plaque describes as the Leggacurragh Valley. Burren-type limestone, and a succession of swallow holes make this an area of greater interest than you'd initially think.
The unmarked summit (there is a small pool) has good views, with the dark bulk of Cuilcagh to the SW, and the more picturesque Benaughlin with glimpses of Upper Lough Erne to the SE. Keep an eye out for the interestingly named Lough Aliem, lying slightly out of view, north of the summit. Trackback: http://mountainviews.ie/summit/720/comment/3999/
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MountainViews.ie Picture about mountain Mullaleam in area Breifne, Ireland
Picture: Trien from Benaughlin. Deerpark to right, Legacurragh to Left.
robocaver on Mullaleam, 2007
by robocaver  11 Jun 2007
Also known as Trien, this is a gentle broad hill of sandstone lying to the north of the East Cuilcagh bog expanse. There are no established paths or routes, presumably because it is rarely walked on. Only geological mapping has persuaded me to it's "summit". Best approached from Gortalughany and the Legacurragh track or from the Deerpark in Florence Court. After leaving the limestone, it is a difficult slog over bog from Legacurragh onto broad slopes of deep heather to the heathery summit with the marshes of Lough Aleim to the west. From the Deerpark, a slog through bracken and heather gets you to the same point. Good views of the MacNean and Erne valleys with views west to the Leitrim and Sligo Hills and Donegal to the northwest. Trackback: http://mountainviews.ie/summit/720/comment/2732/
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