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Keenaght Area
Place count in area: 5, OSI/LPS Maps: 4, 7, 8 
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Donald's Hill, 399m
Maximum height for area: 399 metres,     Maximum prominence for area: 270 metres,
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Binevenagh Hill Binn Fhoibhne A name in Irish
(Ir. Binn Fhoibhne [DUPN], 'peak of Foibhne') Derry County, in Binnion List, Olivine basalt lava Bedrock

Height: 385m OS 1:50k Mapsheet: 4 Grid Reference: C69200 30200 This place has been logged as visited by 65 members. Recently by: MichaelG55, m0jla, DeltaP, doopa, pearnett, scottwalker, shaygo, DenisMc, sperrinlad, stevebullers, trostanite, Claybird007, Ulsterpooka, jmcg, susanc
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Longitude: -6.916383, Latitude: 55.114206 , Easting: 269200, Northing: 430200 Prominence: 170m,  Isolation: 7.1km,   Has trig pillar
ITM: 669134 930182,   GPS IDs, 6 char: Bnvngh, 10 char: Binevenagh
Bedrock type: Olivine basalt lava, (Upper Basalt Formation)

According to legend, Foibhne, son of Taircheltar, was slain here. Binevenagh is unmistakable with its impressive basalt cliffs, 1235 ft. high, and a lower series of broken crags resembling fangs.   Binevenagh is the third highest hill in the Keenaght area and the 985th highest in Ireland. Binevenagh is the most northerly summit in the Keenaght area.

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Cliffs, woodland, a lake on top and magnificent v .. by group   (Show all for Binevenagh)
 
Unorthodox Ramblings .. by Aidy   (Show all for Binevenagh)
 
thisbliss on Binevenagh, 2008
by thisbliss  22 Sep 2008
Planned my approach using route described on BBC show blueprint : http://www.bbc.co.uk/blueprint/offthebeatentrack/binevenagh.shtml. Started off at St Aidans church and well (C678315 A) From the well go right and up steps at the corner of the graveyard, where the forest path starts. This was a nice walk with shafts of sun beaming in through the trees. Mountain bikers had been at work with loads of ramps and stuff on display throughout the forest path. After a 15 min walk the forest opens out to the large grassy embankment underneath the impressive cliffs. This is quite steep and takes a bit of effort getting up to the crags below the cliff. Veered off from the blueprint route at this point. Found a narrow gulley between two cliffs which looked passable. Had to take er canny as the steep ground was covered with loose debris. Luckily there was enough grass and rock, hand and foot holds to eventually clamber onto the large grassy Binevenagh top. Came up opposite the lake which had a few people fishing at it, obviously must be stocked. A glider was circling round the whole time I was on the summit. Dandered south along the cliff edge and then east to the cairn summit with trig pillar. Glad Binevenagh is now on MV, for 385m the view is good value per metre, particularly down to the magilligan foreshore, inishowen, sperrins and antrim hills. Retraced my steps and then followed the blueprint track back down. This took me to the end of the cliff run, into binevenagh forest (C697317 B). The path then drops quite steeply downwards in a NW direction. Coming to a forest track I turned left and walked back underneath the towering cliffs. This track runs out after a while but picked up on another one lower down which took me almost back to the point where i had emerged from the lower forest. Then back to the church, completing the route in a good 2 hours. Trackback: http://mountainviews.ie/summit/860/comment/3333/
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