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Suggested Walks Starting on the detail map above. Hopefully useful.
Important Note: Walks presented here are members shared tracks shown in the hope that they may be useful to you but with no guarantee. You need to determine whether any given track is appropriate for you and your party as per these conditions.
Place count in area: 4, OSI/LPS Maps: 25, 26, 32, 33
Highest place: Keshcorran, 359m Maximum height for area: 359 metres, Maximum prominence for area: 294 metres,
Bricklieve MountainsHillAn Bricshliabh A name in Irish (Ir. An Bricshliabh [logainm.ie], 'the speckled mountain')SligoCounty, in Binnion List, Bioclastic cherty limestone Bedrock
Height:321mOS 1:50k Mapsheet: 25Grid Reference: G75334 11729This place has been logged as visited by 58 members. Recently by: aifric_n04, 40Shades, derekh, Alatar, sperrinlad, frankmc04, johnstna, Onzy, jossarm, skhg, la1ena, Pepe, Miranda, mountainmike, chalky I have visited this place: NO (You need to be a logged-in member to change this.)
The megalithic cemetery of Carrowkeel, consisting of a complex of neolithic passage tombs, is situated on the Bricklieve Mountains. Despite their relatively low height, these hills are remarkably rugged. See Máire MacNeill, 'The Festival of Lughnasa' (pp. 187-88) for details of the festive assembly at Carricknahorna or Skein Hill on the southern edge of the Bricklieve Mountains.
Bricklieve Mountains is the second highest hill in the Bricklieve/Curlew area and the 1104th highest in Ireland. Trackback: http://mountainviews.ie/summit/931/?PHPSESSID=09dno0nlov78jfse8c4bcrdnh1